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Dictionary Stand

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Woodworker: Harry Van Ornum

This dictionary stand by Van Ornum also doubles as a writing desk. The drawer is covered in leather and can be used for taking notes or resting a magnifying glass. The stand is made from Honduras mahogany, maple, rosewood, leather, and handmade paper. The finish is shellac and wax.

Photo: Zachary Gaulkin


Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, maple, mahogany, shellac, wax, leather, Custom Design, rosewood


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