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Thread: Been a while/Kitchen Prep Table

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    Been a while/Kitchen Prep Table

    Hi folks it's been a while since I last posted or even logged in for that matter. Been busy with other projects and such. It good to see all the familiar faces and names. Anyway I'm feeling like I want to get back into it and to start if off here is a picture of my last completed work done in the summer.

    This is a free standing kitchen prep table done in curly maple and quarter sawn bubinga. The joinery is through dovetails, through mortise and tenon and dowels for the lower rack. The drawers open both sides so prep work can be done on either side. The insides of the drawers are unfinished with cutlery trays inserts in bubinga.

    I know a few of you have already seen this on my Facebook page but for anyone wanting to see a full set of process pics drop me a friend request on Facebook.










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    Welcome back and that is just spectacular!!!

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    WOW....just wow! Welcome back! Still soaking that in...wow.

    Excellent work as always Alex!
    Darren

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    What a way to come back with a SLAM DUNK Love the table and the figure on the wood is spectacular, WELL DONE

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    Holy Bubinga, Batman!
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    well done alex,,, is it the pic or do you have a bevel on the drawer frnts end grain?
    some amazing wood,, didnt realize that japan grew that kind of wood over there

    sure looks to purty to have kitchen stuff on
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    can ya give some of what youre eating.

    thats spectacular.

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    Gorgeous work, Alex. Looks like it'd be more at home in a gallery than a kitchen.
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