Asti table



  This is an outstanding table with a remarkable design, fully ornamented with floral motifs and mythological figures. Large pieces are presented divided in sections so that they can be made with a standard 18 inches (46 cm.) scroll saw. The splitting lines have been carefully chosen so that they end up hidden by other pieces when possible. The pattern is based in an old Italian design from the end of the XIX century that I have entirely reconstructed in the computer using the most advanced graphic techniques.

  The Asti table has been designed to use 1/8, 1/4 and 3/8 inches wood or 3, 6 and 9 mm wood. By scaling the pattern appropriately any other wood thickness can also be used. These are the measures of the Asti table depending on the wood thickness you use:  

  Height Width Depth
3, 6 and 9 mm wood 70 cm. 52 cm. 36.7 cm.
1/8, 1/4 and 3/8 inches wood 29.2 in. 21.6 in. 15.3 in.
4, 8 y 12 mm. wood 93 cm. 69.3 cm. 49 cm.

  Please note that this pattern is registered and copyrighted. If you would like to have it I offer it for 21 € plus shipping. The pattern is computer made, which provides total precision, and nicely printed for convenient scrolling. Click here to buy this pattern. Write me to info@finescrollsaw.com for any questions.

  These two pictures have been kindly sent by Kizlyk Alexcey from the city of Mirny, Sakha (Yakutia) Russia. They show fantastic craftsmanship, attention to detail and a very delicate satin finish with subtle use of colour that make this piece a masterwork.

  Please note that the drawer is a modification of the original pattern done by Alexcey. The pattern suggests the use of hinges for the lid.


  These pictures have been sent by Wolfgang Roth from Germany. The image in the right shows the type of hinge used, it is a hinge that can be bent as necessary so that it can be bolted to the inner side of the box, not only to the edge, thus making the hinge installation stronger.


  This picture has been kindly sent by Ester and Isaac Arditi from Israel. ppppppp


  These pictures have kindly been sent by Ira Lund from the USA.


  This picture has been sent by Jose Luis Tellez from Celaya (Guanajuato, Mexico). 

This picture is courtesy of Hubert Chénier from Gatineau, Canada. The yellow wood is yellowheart (buxylophora paraenseis) . The red wood is south American bloodwood (brosimum rubescens).

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