Old school. A classic table leg design from the late 17th Century. This William and Mary leg features rich vase and ring turnings, combined with a stretcher block. Stretcher blocks are the distinctive squares of wood located just above the foot of the leg. This gives you a natural place to locate crosspieces (known as stretchers) for shelf supports and foot rails. This dining table leg is scaled for larger table bases, and table tops in the ¾" to 1" range. Unfinished, sanded with 180-grit paper. Choose your finish.
NOTE: Always prepare your components properly: Before using paint, stain or varnish with your project, carefully inspect each component and prepare it to achieve the desired outcome.