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    A project that became a task

    This was supposed to be a straight forward repair leg and finish. But we do not do just what the customer wants , When we get a piece of furniture and things are not right we make them right. Nails, screws and a lot of old repairs. Jarrod removed the nails and the legs fell apart. The original center top is missing to this old drop leaf table which was turned into a 2 sided pull out table. The top curved edges were cut away to make a top that will slide together, Evidence is on the underside where the swing arm locked into place. The table originaly was all doweled except for the main screws which held the top to the base. Ofcourse you could not see any of this unless you know what your looking for under the old finish.
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