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    Corner Table

    Had a blank space to fill, next to the TV cabinet. This fills it nicely, I think.

    Red Oak, finished with several coats of Arm-R-Seal.

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    Nicely done, Jim!!! Looks like it belongs there!
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    Nice design, fits well and looks good, nice work Jim

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    Jim very nice corner table! I also am wondering about the object on top of the table. Can you elaborate on that also?
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    good one jim! yes, please elaborate on the item on top, enquiring minds need to know... lol
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    Very good.

    I like the way it fit in the corner.

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    Looks great, Jim.

    And add my vote to the "What's that on top?" list.
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    Great looking corner table and the streamlined what's it on top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Jim very nice corner table! I also am wondering about the object on top of the table. Can you elaborate on that also?
    A project I did some years back - maybe 15 or more years ago. It's a small jewelry/knick-knack box with a drawer. If I were making it today, I'd lighten up both the base and the side pieces so they be less 'clunky.' It's cherry, made from scraps I had lying about at the time.
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    Not a big fan of the double legs but it suits it's purpose perfectly
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