This is a reproduction of a sawbuck table at the Landis Valley Museum. I tried my best to use only hand tools, but there may have been the occasional slice of a bandsaw blade along the way.

The wood is curly cherry, and the finish is shellac and wax.

The cool features about this project are sliding, half blind, and through dovetails; tusk tenons; and lamb's tongue profiles.

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