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Chess Table

  • August 7, 2014

user34700
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My wife wanted a chess table so I built this chess table with Black Walnut for the legs and post, Black walnut and hard maple for the table and red oak table border. It was a challenge to cut the squares for the table but other than that, things went pretty smoothly.

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Chess Table

by user34700
Aug 07, 2014

My wife wanted a chess table so I built this chess table with Black Walnut for the legs and post, Black walnut and hard maple for the table and red oak table border. It was a challenge to cut the squares for the table but other than that, things went pretty smoothly.