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Old 10-11-2017, 11:36 PM   #1
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Need table legs parts & hardware

Like the one in the picture. The legs & hardware or possibly the whole Shebang.
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Old 10-12-2017, 12:04 AM   #2
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If you spec 'em out, I wouldn't be surprised if someone here says they can make 'em for you.
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That's a beautiful piece of furniture. I suspect it is a custom piece.
Are you talking about the hardware used to fasten it to the deck? Can't see it in the photo well enough to be sure, but is it these? PERKO Inc. - Catalog - Cabinet Hardware - Removable Angled Fastener [0719]
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An easy project to make.

Harder to design since folding it away will be an important part of the problem. Not much point in 'removable' if there's no neat way to store it.

It's also not easy to design a banquette and table. The dimensions are never ideal for everyone. And particularly unfortunate when the table is expected to form part of a conversion of banquette to berth.

The above cited Perko fittings are pretty unattractive and clumsy. Consider the sorts of latch intended for church pews. The ones I remember from a project years ago had a plate, slotted and set flush in the floor. The base of the pew was morticed (like a door latch) from the bottom. The latch had a hook which would rotate down and into the slot in the floor and the only thing that showed was a hole into which you stuck a key to turn the latch. I tried to find 'em by Googling but failed.
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My tabletop is exactly the same. The PO removed the legs as you see them in the picture and replaced them with 2 steel posts. I can build my own if I have to, just need the correct bronze hardware and templates. Thanks for the suggestions!
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