Just thought I'd send up a few images of a pair of tables that are nearing completion. Not made only with hand tools, but with a fair amount of hand work. All joinery is traditional - pinned mortise and tenons, hand DTs, and a solid pine drawer bottom, with a wide handplaned chamfer.
Tops will be be chamfered on the underside, and look less clunky.
I stole the basic design from an old Home Furniture magazine, then adapted it to suit. The shelf has breadboard ends, which have integral tenons that fit into mortises in the legs.
Primary wood is cherry. Drawers have pine parts.
Will post more when completed, but wanted to share these images underway.