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If you are looking for an exterior finish you will need to strip the lacquer off first. Lacquer is not made for exterior use and just putting a spar varnish over it won't change that. (If you take it inside when it rains and store inside when it snows it will last for a while.
The reason it wont work is a spar is formulated to be elastic to expand and contract with the weather so it doesn't flake off. A lacquer is too brittle to expand and contract with the wood movement from the temperature extremes of being outdoors. The lacquer will flake off taking the spar varnish with it. The lacquer would need to be stripped off first. If your table is made out of red oak or veneered it wouldn't work anyway. Eventually water will get to the wood making red oak turn black or if it is veneer the water would lift the veneer.
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