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Three-Legged Two Tiered Table

This table was a joy to make. Everything fit well and it is well balanced. The
platters are willow and the legs are black locust. The finish is an all natural
Amber Shellac. It measures 24″ in diameter (counting the legs) and 6 feet
high to the top limb. The platters are 9″ and 20″ off the floor. Asking $650



Ben made this two tiered pine table, which is a takeoff on a design of mine,
except it has a neat enhancement; one leg only goes as far up as the
bottom platter for easy-access. Nice going Ben! It has a honey colored
varnish finish and the pine is what’s called “sap-stained”; If it was a
hardwood, I suppose it would be called spalted.

We took it to the Artist Market in Ludington and it sold as soon as we
brought it in. That was a nice surprise. So, it’s here just for looks!

I donated these two “Split-Slab” end tables to a Silent Auction – all proceeds
went to the local hospice. Somebody got a great deal! The auction was out
on the grass under a big tent. I’m guessing the reason people didn’t bid higher
is because these tables don’t look like they’d sit level (with out rocking on
two legs) but they were as flat as a pancake. I’m happy two got blessed.
This one sold at the same auction for $250.