Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Limbert #234 Tabourette, Part 2

Well here it is, the Limbert #234 Tabourette completed. The build was very easy with no complicated joinery. Download the Sketchup plan here, make some simple patterns and go for it.
The finish is a little different from my previous posts, on this table I decided to skip the shellac for the final layers and go with Arm-r-seal from General Finishes. The result is really nice and has a more satin finish than the shellac, I still topped it all off with Watco dark liquid wax as usual.
The top is attached to the base with figure 8 table irons to allow for any movement and I aplied felt pads to the feet as it going to live on a hardwood floor.
My neighbor was very happy with the final result and is looking forward to the coffee table that I designed to go along with it, more on that in a series of later posts.
"No matter where you go, there you are" Buckaroo Bonzia


baludec9 said...

Good post, nice blog. I like your post. Thanks for sharing.

Captain Skully said...

I know I'm a couple of months late, but what are your thoughts on a pair of small corbels on each face? Nicely done, as usual. Please post more goodies.

jonathan said...

I like this table and hope to make it as a beginer's project. I can't get your sketchup plans though