My photographer recently sent me a bunch of photos, including picture of some new tables I’ve been working on. I’ve never put any of my work up for sale on this blog, but I have a number of tables floating around the house, so here goes:
A walnut-topped table with bent octagonal legs. This is the table I painted in the Popular Woodworking article last month. On sale this month for $500.
This one I designed out in CO when I was teaching at Anderson Ranch last fall. Butternut top with hickory legs painted black-over-red. It sold almost immediately, so I guess I need to make another.
Close-up of the top.
About four or five years ago Brian Boggs called with an enormous white pine log. He got it sawn for me, including some 25″ wide, perfectly clear boards. These 24″ tops are made from those boards. Pretty neat. They are on sale for $550 each.
Speaking of Anderson Ranch, one of my students did a podcast interview while we were there. You can listen to it through either of these links (the interview starts at the 58:31 mark).