Classes at Marc Adams School of Woodworking
Demilune Card Table with Steve Latta
Dates: 7/14/2014 - 7/20/2014
Tool List: Click here for tool list
During the federal period of our nation's history, many merchants and businessman joined the ranks of the wealthy elite and to demonstrate their success, they adorned their homes with elegant pieces of furniture and related decorative arts. No other furniture form best exemplifies the federal period than the card table and of that genre, the demilune is perhaps the most widely known and respected. Of the many urban centers producing these elegant tables that stood as a blatant demonstration of wealth, Baltimore artisans created the finest. The table that we'll me making in this class proudly falls in that tradition with a double fly leg, detailed round top and inlay galore. The finished project will surely become a family heirloom passed down for generations.
Stringing, banding, bellflowers and paterae
Double fly-rail with knuckle joints
Veneer work with crossbanding
Hinged top with profiled edge
Brick lay construction methods
Sliding bridle joint with dovetail
NOTE - A cut list will be sent to registrants with a cut list. You will need to Bring Your Own Wood for this project.
There is a $45 annual registration fee that will be added to your the total amount of the class if this is the first class you are registering for this season.
Class Is Full