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Making Sense of Mahogany by Matt Kenney

comments (0) August 3rd, 2009 in Reader's Gallery

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Secretary by James Betts
Chair by Don Gray
Chair by Philip Lowe
Sideboard by Peter Aleksa
Table by Matt Kenney
Settee by Dan Rieple
Chest of Drawers by Don Green
Table by Jamie Cumming
Secretary by James Betts - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Secretary by James Betts

Photo: Lynn Rybarczyk and Ed Suszynski

Mahogany is one of the finest furniture woods, but before you go out and buy it, there's a lot you need to know. (Fine Woodworking, issue # 207). Learn the difference between Cuban mahogany, the Honduras variety, and the African woods -- sapele, sipo, and khaya. Find out which one is appropriate for your next project, which are the least expensive, and where to find them.

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