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All drawings are to scale, have appropriate joinery and are drawn using components so that the SketchUp Model can be exploded apart for detail sizing and analysis.  The rendered pictures were done using Kerkythea rendering software.  All drawings are available for download.

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American Console Table

This console table is a replica of a hand carved side table or server table dating back to 1880-1890. The model is drawn with mortise and tenon joinery and detailed carvings.

American Drop-Leaf End Table

This is a fairly typical American drop leaf end table.  These tables can be found new as well as in antique shops.

Bow Front Hall Table

This Bow-Front Hall Table is from the March/April 2009 Fine Wood Working Magazine.

Cherry & Tiger Maple Two Drawer Stand

Here's my version of a two drawer stand that is done in Cherry and Tiger Maple and is patterned in the Federal or Sheraton style from the mid to late 1800's.

Cottage Night Table

Here's a simple design for a bedroom night stand that I made for our lake house.  The front rails, side aprons and lower legs are arched.  The lower shelf is made up of individual boards.

Curved Leg Table

I drew this table as practice for using the Bezier Curves and Shape Bender plug-ins in SketchUp.  The table is 29" high, 30" wide and 20" deep.

Drop Leaf Table

This table comes form the June 2001 Popular Woodworking magazine.  The table is based on an original from 1878.

Early American Hutch Table

A New England Pine Hutch Table, circa early 1800s.  The top is oval with one drawer and shoe feet.  Construction is mortise and tenon

Early American Night Table

A replica of a England Pine Night Table with turned legs, circa 1900s.  The joinery is mortise and tenon.  The top has a side and back skirt.

Eastlake Victorian Side Table

An Eastlake Victorian marble top circa 1870-1880 side table.  The table is decorated with ornate carvings and fluted legs.The drawer joinery, rather than dovetails, is made using a cove and pin style that was popular during this period.

Gateleg Table

Early Gateleg tables like this one were common in America from around 1690 to 1725.  Although this table doesn't have a drawer, many Gateleg tables had a center drawer, or even two.

Key West End Table

Here's a small rectangle end table with a lower drawer and mid-area shelf.  Construction is mortise and tenon with the sides and back made with panels and decretive molding.

Night Table

This is a small Shaker style night table.  I have made 2 of these.

Sofa Table - 19th Century English

This is a fairly common style 19th century (1830s) English Sofa table with twin drawers and two drop ends.   The primary joinery is mortise and tenon including the leg joinery.

Stickley Side Table

This Stickley Table appeared in the November 2006 Popular Woodworking magazine.  The only known example of this small table appeared at a Sotheby’s auction in late 2004.

Tilt-Top Table

This is a fine example of a period Tilt Top Table. The table top is oval. The design came from the 2004 Nov/Dec. issue of Fine Woodworking.

Victorian Book Table

This type of table (mid to late 1800s) was popular during the Victorian era.  The mid book shelf revolved.  Joinery is dovetail and mortise and tenon.

Vineyard Table

I saw this table in Fine Woodworking. It's similar to a trestle table in construction, except that the cleats are hinged instead of joined to the legs, allowing the tabletop to flip down or be removed for storage and transportation. The harp-shaped structure pivots outward to support the tabletop when the tabletop is set up for use

William & Mary Philadelphia Lowboy

This table is based on a rare William & Mary Philadelphia Lowboy circa 1720.  This style of furniture has typical serpentine stretchers and spiral turnings as well as finely scalloped aprons with a shallow light color beading.  These lowboys were originally meant as dressing tables.