S.:E:.ARMCHAIR

comments (3) January 14th, 2009 in Reader's Gallery

DHP DHP, member
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This chair is loaded with exposed joinery. Just about every intersection has an exposed joint featured. The legs were turned and have rosewood feet that are joined with pegged tenons as well. I made two of these, and enjoyed every minute of it.
The front seat rail is joined to the side rails with half blind dovetails. The front legs are joined to the rails in a coped and nothced section and screwd through the rail into the corner blocks. Plugs hide the screws. These are the only screws used in the chair.
The side seat rails are joined to the back legs with pegged tenons. The back seat rail is joined to the side rails with through tenons.
The backrest support is joined to the legs with a finger joint.
This chair is loaded with exposed joinery. Just about every intersection has an exposed joint featured. The legs were turned and have rosewood feet that are joined with pegged tenons as well. I made two of these, and enjoyed every minute of it. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

This chair is loaded with exposed joinery. Just about every intersection has an exposed joint featured. The legs were turned and have rosewood feet that are joined with pegged tenons as well. I made two of these, and enjoyed every minute of it.


A pair of mahogany armchairs. With a coopered back rest and rosewood feet.


Design or Plan used: My own design - S.:E:. ARMCHAIR

posted in: Reader's Gallery, chair, dovetails, modern, , turning, tenons, mahogany, shellac, oil, rosewood


Comments (3)

kmack kmack writes: Whats up D. the chairs look awsome. What happened to these? Did you sell them? have you any pics with upholstry?
Posted: 8:40 pm on February 8th

frank_solutions frank_solutions writes: Any woodworker knows the effort it takes to make their project look good, you made it flawless! A true craftsmen indeed!
Posted: 12:26 pm on January 18th

HuffmanWoodCraft HuffmanWoodCraft writes: Absolutly amazing joinery!
Posted: 3:18 pm on January 14th

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