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Queen Anne Lowboy

comments (1) March 29th, 2013 in blogs, Reader's Gallery

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Woodworker: William Bundschuh
Inspired by the work of author and cabinetmaker Norman Vandal, Bundschuh studied Queen Anne design and combined different features to produce this cherry Queen Anne lowboy (20 in. deep by 34 in. wide by 30 in. tall), the second piece in a series he made for his wife. Bundschuh carved the shell rays with a cyma curve to complement the other curves in the piece. He also enclosed the shell in a circle and carved a dished area at the end of each ray. The piece is finished with a hand-rubbed satin urethane and a topcoat of micro-crystalline wax.


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posted in: blogs, Reader's Gallery, cabinet, queen anne, wax, LowBoy, urethane


Comments (1)

jdgoodwin jdgoodwin writes: Very nice work...
Posted: 1:03 pm on April 6th

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