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Veneered Tabletop

Posted by Beth on November 27th, 2001 04:32 PM

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I have a table top that is cracking and dried out from sunlight coming in a ceiling window in our kitchen. My husband and I wanted to try to reveneer the top ourselves and I know that this can be done. What is the proper way to do it and do you have good sources for sheets of woods, like a burl, etc. Right now the top is covered in a burl walnut veneer, with ebony stringing in an oval shape. The outside of the ebony stringing is another lighter-colored wood that is veneered on the tabletop perpendicular to the stringing. The table fits six chairs around, and closes down to a perfect circle size when the leaf is removed. That sits four comfortably.

Thank you for your time and expertise. Hopefully, you can help us with our winter project. We are handy people, understand woodworking lingo and are anxious to get started. Thank you.

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