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I was going to say, those are enormous walnut burl veneers. I can't imagine what they cost.

I will use the wire table in the tall center space of my Swedish teak wall unit, where the ceramic bottle and petrified wood are. I have been having a hard time filling that space, and need something even taller in there.
post #1412 of 3996
That's a great piece! It will be an excellent use of the wire table.

I have a source for veneers that gets all sort of wild stuff. The Macassar ebony flitches for instance were all 6-8" wide, when I source that in 4/4 lumber I'm lucky to find it 4-5" wide.
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Goes for $500: http://code38.com/code38-stealth-2/


Only one of these things belongs in this thread....

although $500? wtf?
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Goes for $500: http://code38.com/code38-stealth-2/

 

I'm Australian and this guy is a fucking disgrace to me and my Country.

I hate people that have to explain and elaborate on their work, the more you have to convince me about your product the less worthwhile the product is.

 

The Guy is from Byron Bay, if you know anything about the place it is full of "tree-hugging" millionaires who want to have a quiet life after making millions in the city for 30 years, bunch of fucking hypocrite assholes.

post #1417 of 3996
Haha, tell us how you really feel. Hell, even a Pulltaps is only $28. They're indestructible and work really well.
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That's a great piece! It will be an excellent use of the wire table.

Thanks! It was one of many Craigslist treasures that fill my house.
post #1418 of 3996
Wellll, I stayed up late reassembling the McCobb table, only to realize that the last coat of Waterlox wasn't entirely even. That's what I get for working in a dark shed. Guess I'll close off a room in the house tomorrow and do one last coat confused.gif
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Goes for $500: http://code38.com/code38-stealth-2/

..."open wines with respect"

...what a tool.
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Wellll, I stayed up late reassembling the McCobb table, only to realize that the last coat of Waterlox wasn't entirely even. That's what I get for working in a dark shed. Guess I'll close off a room in the house tomorrow and do one last coat confused.gif

I'm sure it's looking pretty good however.
post #1421 of 3996
It is. It's looking beautiful. I'm just being a little OCD. It's really nice to have it back together now!
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A little OCD goes a long way. Take some pics!
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Hah, that's what I keep telling myself. I will for sure. I am building the two bases for the chairs today, so maybe I will have photos tomorrow.
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Cool, looking forward to checking it out.
post #1425 of 3996
More design related brain droppings:

Often copied:



Chester sofa, Poltrona Frau



I like the adjustable table by Eileen gray, but her other work is also really amazing.



Hans Wegner



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