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Oddjob08/01/2013 18:46:16
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I made this at the end of December 2007 or early January 2008 from plans in either Good Woodworking or possibly Woodturning. I have had a skip through my old mags but can't find it. Can anyone help?

I now want to make a pair of jardinaires for our local church. I would prefer them to be of the three legged variety but may have to settle for something like this again unless someone can point me to plans for the type I am looking for.

Richard

Doug08/01/2013 22:58:46
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Can`t help with the plan Richard, but very nice Jardinaire.

Cheers.

Big Al09/01/2013 07:28:37
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Cant you use the one you made as a guide for making the new ones?

Al

Oddjob09/01/2013 10:03:56
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Al

I could use that one as a model for the top and stem but I want a tripod base this time. This will involve shaped legs/feet attached to the stem via a boss into which the legs fit - probably with dovetails.

Richard

steve h09/01/2013 11:03:30
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This is all I could find Richard - not sure if it is of any help to you?

**LINK**

Steve

Oddjob10/01/2013 09:51:10
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Thanks Steve - not what i'm looking for at present but a couple of interesting future projects there.

Richard

Oddjob10/01/2013 10:00:41
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**LINK**

This is the style of thing I am looking for but it will be tall (4ft approx) and narrow rather than quite squat as wine table are. If I can't find plans I will have to design my own won't I?

 

Richard

Edited By Oddjob on 10/01/2013 10:00:59

Roger Provins 110/01/2013 11:07:18
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Here's one I made a while ago. May give you inspiration if you can't find a plan.

Edited By Roger Provins 1 on 10/01/2013 11:09:20

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Edited By Roger Provins 1 on 10/01/2013 11:10:49

Roger Provins 110/01/2013 11:29:44
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I gave up trying to get the forum to display photo properly.angry

Here's a link if you still want to see it **LINK**

Oddjob10/01/2013 16:36:37
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Your jardinaire pictures look ok to me Roger - just acccompanied by some technical gibberish! Again, I like it a lot but not quite what I want at present. Another future project methinks. I also had a look at you photobucket album - lovely stuff in there too - thank you.

Richard

Roger Provins 110/01/2013 17:38:30
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The picture is compressed in height making the jardinaire look much squatter than it really is.

Hope you find something suitable Richard.

Derek Lane10/01/2013 18:14:42
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I think it is called a Concord table

 

PM sent Richard

Edited By Derek Lane on 10/01/2013 18:17:37

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