reclaimed Doug Fir, slab top, trestle table

I designed this table to show case the amazing old growth fir beams. The top is attached to the base by a sliding dove tail to keep the top flat, and allow for wood movement. The base is assembled using through tenons and wedges. Everyone calls it the “Viking Table”.

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MsDebbieP ...

the Viking Table is a good name for it … I would LOVE to have this beautiful “solid” table in my home…
and I’d love to have a home where this table would fit in beautifully!

Brian ...

The sliding dovetail is a nifty and very good looking way of securing the top.

Bentlyj ...

Very kewl table, Great job.

Wolf (& Rabbit!) ...

That is awesome. Love seeing old wood find new life and that is awesome.

lanwater ...

I saw your table on a small scree yesterday and thought it deserve to be vied on a bigger screen to truly appreciate it’s beauty.

Thanks for sharing.

JimArnold ...

Wow! love it. The size is beautiful…outstanding piece.

Moment ...

great design and beautiful work !

MontyJ ...

Beautiful table! I have a couple of questions…first, how did you cut the sliding dovetails? Second, how much does that thing weigh???

Quin W. ...

Thanks, for the sliding dovetails I just hogged them out with a skill saw and cleaned it up with a 7/8" router bit. That one weighs about 200 pounds

a1jim ...

That’s one heck of a table ,good looking and sturdy as all get outs.

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