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    A Tiny Side Table



    This is based on a French piece dated to about 1640. It's pretty small with the top being only 9" x 8-1/2". Of course that means the drawer is not very big. I'm guessing that back in the day it was probably used as a place to stash a cell phone. The space under the drawer is a nice secret space, too.

    It could make a nice little project for someone who wants a bit of practice turning duplicate legs and feet and also get a bit of practice with half blind dovetails.
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    I was going to say... that space under the drawer seems unusual.
    There's usually more than one way to do it...
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    When I saw it I thought so, too, Art.
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