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Instrument Cabinet

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Woodworker: Joe Amaral

This instrument cabinet was built at the College of the Redwoods before Amaral graduated. It is made of jarrah, European pear, holly stringing, faux tortoiseshell, bone, fossilized ivory, and bronze. Amaral invested more than 750 hours of work in this piece.

Photo: Joe Amaral 

Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, art deco, pear, jarrah, holly, ivory, bronze

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