Here's some photos of the dining table I have been working on the last couple of months. The table top is a little different with breadboard ends that expand and contract toward the center not the sides. This idea is from a recent FWW issue. I used figured bubinga, curly maple and ebony. The finish is shellac seal coat and Sam Maloof finish. For the second step of the Maloof finish I used a blend wax of beeswax, carnauba and something called Japan wax with BLO, tung oil and gum turpentine.
For this project there were a few firsts for me; breadboard ends, veneer (shop cut curly maple veneer glued to a maple substrate), leg stringing and feet on the leg ends.
I also made some accessories for this table; salt and pepper mill set, bottle stopper and serving tray. Regretfully I did not make a set of chairs but would like to in the furture.
Overall I am quite happy with the results. Thanks for looking.