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Gothic Table and Glastonbury Chair Plans

Poster: rmhowe <magnusm@ncsu.edu>

Subject: Gothic Table Plans in March 1988 Popular Woodworking

 In Sept. 1997 these people printed plans for the Glastonbury Chair.
That magazine is still available for $4.50 by calling (513) 531-2690
extension 320, ask for issue #98. As I recall that same issue had a
companion article on an Arts and Crafts table that also looked very
medieval. I have seen similar in medieval blockprints. Two for one.

 The March 1998 issue (#101) of Popular Woodworking features a plan for
a small Gothic table with a bookshelf underneath. 42"L x 20"W x 29
or roughly the height of a regular dining table. With the shelf 
underneath it wouldn't be really comfortable to sit with your legs 
under, but if the horizontal bookshelf were turned vertically you would
have 9 1/2" in front of your shins and it might make a nice little
table for the list field, beside chairs, or for one to eat at. A 
nice tent size. The magazine is $4 & tax at the newstand or call and

 They are also interested to learn if their readers are interested in
more medieval style projects. Popwood@earthlink.net, specify P9 in 
the March 1998 issue to let them know this. The editor is Steve Shanesy.

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