Medium Oak Star Table #4, view 2
Probably 15 years ago I put 4 medium star tables out in a shed and haven’t looked at them since. A couple things have happened lately to make me think that I should get a picture of at least the top of the tables. This forth medium star table that I made is 32” across and 30” high when the pedestal is attached to it. It has 16 kinds of wood on it and over 3200 pieces of wood including what is on the pedestal and feet. They have held up very well in the boxes that I had them stored in considering the hot and cold that they have been in over the years.
One thing I don’t like about these tables is that back then I was using Elmer’s glue to mix with sawdust to fill the small cracks between the pieces. Then in damp weather the glue joint rises and you can then feel a little ridge between each piece. It makes the whole top feel not as smooth as I like them to feel.
The types of wood from the center are: ASH, Hackberry, Satinwood, Zebrawood, Narra, Canarywood, Brazilwood, Bloodwood, Purpleheart, Kingwood, Honduras Rosewood, Brazilian Rosewood, Monkey Pod Wood, East India Rosewood, Wenge and Oak.
Medium Star Tables