Construction of the frame is all double mortise and tenon joints connecting the legs to the apron pieces. Did a decorative bead on the aprons, and a chamfer on the outside of the legs. The top has a thumbnail edge profile.
I used a table lift mechanism from Lee Valley that raises the table top to a comfortable height for working or eating. It is spring loaded, and lifts at the touch of a finger.
After machining the legs to size, I had a few chunky cutoffs, so I stuck one on the lathe and made a spinning top!
While doing some workshop cleaning, I found the original sketches I had done when designing the table.