Building a Wooden Entry Hall Table Plan
PLATE VI. The small entry hall table illustrated in this plan is suitable for a furnished entrance hall or for a library. It is of a substantial character, and Gothic in style; and, accordingly, should be made of English oak or wainscot oak, or of teak and plain oak combined - the framework to be of oak, and the perforated wooden end panels and the top to be of fine teak. The small wedges securing the several tenons to be of rosewood or ebony in all cases. The construction and building is clearly shown, and, accordingly, requires no instructions.
Fig. 1 is an end view of the table. Fig. 2 is a side view, cut in the middle to indicate that the table can be made any length that may be desired. Fig. 3 is a cross-section of one sloping support, showing the grooving-in of the end panel adjoining, and the tenon and wedge of one of the middle horizontal bars. The wood can be left in its natural state, or stained or polished as taste may direct.
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