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Arts and Crafts on Display

comments (0) February 17th, 2010 in Reader's Gallery

BetsyE Betsy Engel, contributor
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With its quartersawn oak, exposed joinery, fumed finish, and hand-hammered hardware, this case piece would not be out of place in an antique Stickley catalog. The through-mortises are a critical feature of the design. The leaded-glass doors are a typical Arts and Crafts detail, too. Also, the parts are varied in thickness: The sides are a full inch thick, the top and bottom are 7/8 in. thick, and the remaining interior dividers are 3/4 in thick. Each piece is slightly inset from the other, creating subtle shadow lines. To learn more, see the article by Michael Pekovich in Fine Woodworking issue # 211.


Design or Plan used: Michael Pekovich

posted in: Reader's Gallery, cabinet, arts and crafts, white oak


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