Sequoia table legs

We bought two of these for our main table. The fitting is pretty straightforward, the floor plate is low profile, and they’re nicely made, but there’s no getting away from the fact that one or two table legs are not enough to support a reasonable sized table without framing or wobbling. That’s why conventional tables have skirts attaching the legs to the table top.

So we’re trying to design a table support system that uses a fixed rail at the back with these two legs at the front. More to come on that in the build diary.

£55 each from Chippy’s Workshop (one was slightly scratched on delivery, but otherwise this supplier is OK.)

One response to “Sequoia table legs”

  1. Gosh, could have bought an 18th century table for that money. But good luck, I hope it works.

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