Walnut and curly maple serving tray

Finished this serving tray about a month ago, walnut sides with curly maple tray on the bottom. Corners are mitered with maple keys, and the sides have a dado about a half inch from the bottom to hold the panel which floats and allows for the wood to move. Finished with danish oil and polished with some paste wax.

Woods: walnut curly maple

Tools: table saw router

Tags: serving tray

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mike1950 ...

Very nice- I love the maple walnut combo.

Michael Ray ...

Nice work.

jim webster ...

very nice

Thorreain ...

Great combination, nice contrast in woods. Very nice piece. I like the splines, I made a couple of jigs just for doing spline work, one for picture frames and one for boxes, or in this case trays.

a1jim ...

Beautiful tray Nick I too like the combinations of wood you used

Nick Endle ...

Thanks everyone, your kind words are much appreciated :)

James L Wilcox ...

Very y nice, love the wood combo. Good job.

Shin ...

Beautiful work! I love how the grain “turns the corner.” Keyed miters are also, way cool!

lanwater ...

Well done Nick!

It looks great.

Wheaties - Bruce A Wheatcroft ( BAW Woodworking) ...

good looking piece , like the walnut and curly maple combination

Shin ...

Very nice! Really like the curly maple and walnut. Walnut is one of my faves!

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