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Re: [MedievalSawdust] Chair Tables

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  • Dragano Abbruciati
    OKay!! I have a new project - ehem - after I build my Mary Rose chest, of course. I really like the construction of that table. Thanks, Johann. Dragano
    Message 1 of 14 , Jan 7, 2005
      OKay!!  I have a new project - ehem - after I build my Mary Rose chest, of course.  I really like the construction of that table.  Thanks, Johann.

      Johann Friedrich <yahoo@...> wrote:
      This page is the one I used as an inspiration for a settle table.  I still
      havn't built the real one, but my mock-up made from mdf, 1x pine, and some
      pallet material has been used as a work table in my house for quite a few
      months now.  The documentation shows it to be from 1580


      On Thu, 6 Jan 2005, Joseph Hayes wrote:

      > Hi all,
      > I'm thinking about building a chair table (a chair with a back that
      > pivots in the rear of the armrest to become a table).
      > "Oak Furniture: The British Tradition" by Chinnery lists them in 16th
      > century inventories, but only has pictures of 17th century versions.
      > I'm doing this as a challenge from my Laurel, but who knows, it may
      > turn into an A&S project.  Does anyone know of any pre-1600 examples,
      > either pictures of extant pieces or period artwork?
      > Thanks,
      > Ulrich

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