During this weeklong class you will learn the period construction techniques used to build a pair of Chippendale occasional tables. Along with building this table this class will help with many future projects. You will learn hand cutting dovetails along with mortise and tenoned case construction, straight molded legs with a scalloped skirt. This will be an unequaled learning experience with lunch included. A tool and a cut list will be provided so you can bring your own hand tools and lumber.
Hours: Mon - Thur. 8 - 4:30 Fri 8 - 3
Come learn many different techniques to help with this and future projects.
This class has the options of either a straight front or with a serpentine front.
This table has fans set in the corners of the tops along with a cock beaded drawer front.
You will learn the time and material saving methods from a 5th generation business. We have many tricks to speed up your dovetails and mortise and tenons.
You will learn how to veneer a shaped surface, cut a straight tapered leg and then add a fine line set into the face. There is an inlayed border that wraps around the skirt on three sides.
There are many different embellishment which can be added to these tables.
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