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Victorian-style Washstand

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Woodworker: Robert Gravell

Gravell was inspired to make this washstand after seeing one at an auction. He stayed true to traditional design but based the front legs on treble and bass clefs. The only embellishment is the maple inlay on the pulls and drawer front. The stand is made of cherry and maple, and finished with diluted cherry stain, tung oil, and wax.

Photo: Glenn, Inc.


Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, period interpretation, cherry, maple, wax, stain, Victorian, English


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