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This name of this table titled after the poker hand, “Three of a Kind”.  Made from three sequence (in the same order as they were sliced from the tree).  Each joint is unique using a 9-step pattern process with the joint being splined with ¼” Baltic birch plywood just, stopping ¾ from the end. 


The legs are made of cedar post from the corral of the Jollyville Stagecoach Stop (circa late 1860’s).  The shape of the legs is similar pattern used on the Longhorn Round-Up conference table.   Cut on a bandsaw in curves mimicking Longhorn Horns with a bronze plated connection to the top and a bronze sphere pined to the bottom of the leg. 


The top and edges are 9 coats of a polymerized urethane, hand rubbed burnished with white scotch bright between coats.  There is a choice of wax before finally being buffed. 


Three of a Kind


    Mesquite, salt cedar, bronze, steel, polymerized oil & wax

    96” l X 44” w X 30” h

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