The edge treatment for this table base and top is a round that is less than a bullnose. A router is used to define a uniform depth and then the curve is shaped by hand with a plane. Below, shows the edge of the table routed and then finished.
Since I have recovered I have been working on the trestle base for the table. I am make the joints with full through tenons, top and bottom that are wedged and pegged.
This detail of the trestle foot, shows the edge treatment that all of the parts receive.
A few shots of the shop below on a nice sunny day.
Below are a couple of Cod Rib Rockers that I dropped off at the Edgewater Gallery in Middlebury, VT just before my surgery.