Chairside table

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    I completed this chairside table a few of days ago following Paul Sellers methords.The table is made from some Beech wood I had left over from the worktop you can see the table is standing ón.I have finished with 2 coates of Danish Oil and 1 coat of bees wax.

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    Ken
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    Nice job James, nice looking table. 😉

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    Mark Armstrong
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    Good use of a worktop nice job.
    Beech is not he prettiest wood in the world but it is nice to use. The grain very close together so can get nice shavings on end grain as well.
    Beech used a lot in upholstered Items as it will take tacks, upholstery nails, and staples quite close to edge with out splitting as well as being pretty strong and stable.

    Dagenham, Essex, England

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    David Gill
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    Good job James, good use of left over material, I like the table design I have made a few now to the same design, they are fun to make.The method used for shaping the legs was the first time I had used chisels in that way.
    Did you not have any problems with the wood de-laminating particularly if you ended up close to a lamination

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

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