Bubinga Hall Table

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BillPappas

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Bill
This is my first post in quite sometime....I seem to have long periods of time where I don't get into the shop.

I finished the hall table below for my wife as a Christmas present, it is the final table in a series I built out of bubinga with natural edges. In past few years I built the coffee table and a couple of end tables following this same basic design (pics below). These all came about when my wife walked in to the shop and asked if I could make a table she saw in a magazine...it was a natural edge table. I had the coffee table top stacked up with other scraps from a desk I was building, I showed her my scrap piece of Bubinga, as they say the rest is history!

Bubinga is really beautiful wood and extremely hard. The legs are reclaimed bubinga that was used in a fireplace mantel and the black frame is ebonized maple.

Regards,

Bill

Hall Table in the house:
hall_table_1_.jpg

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Hall Table on the bench:

Coffee Table:

End Tables:
 

Gofor

Mark
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Wow!. Natural but classy, and definitely easy to the eye. Both thumbs up (I notice the emoticon choice has been severely trimmed) from me

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Henry W

HenryW
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Echoing Mark here - WOW. That's a series of pieces that I am certain have even more character and beauty than the pictures show. Outstanding.

Henry
 

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Wayne
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WOWeeeeeee!!!

I can only dream of ever finding wood that pretty.

You certainly did it justice, Bill and will be admired for a long time!:)

Wayne
 

David Dunn

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Dave
Man those look great! I have some of that stuff laying around for some guitar tops, if you don't mind what finish did you use?

Thanks in advance.
 

CLetts

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Carl
beautiful tables! Now THAT'S how to keep your spouse from complaining about the money you spend on tools!!!
 
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