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c. 1690 tavern table

This tavern table was copied from Wallace Nutting's Furniture of the Pilgrim Century. According to Nutting's book, the height of this circa 1690 - 1720 table is 24 1/2 inches, the top is 16 inches by...

c.1790 gooseneck hanging bookcase

This piece is a reproduction of a c.1790 New England hanging bookcase, which I found in an issue of Antiques and Fine Art Magazine. I chose it for its rather odd proportions (i.e. the gooseneck...



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Re: Deinonychus Skull

I've never seen anything like that. Way cool!

Re: c.1790 gooseneck hanging bookcase

Thanks!

Re: Flatten Wide Boards without a Big Jointer

msandman,

If I had tried to drive a car in the 7th grade, I probably would have gotten bad results too... that didn't stop me from driving to the office this morning :)

Re: Flatten Wide Boards without a Big Jointer

It certainly isn't just you, jlecomte.

Re: painted cabinet

That is outstanding work! I love Chinese Chippendale!

Re: UPDATE: Renaissance Intarsia, edited by Luca Trevisan

What a book idea! It combines two of my loves: Renaissance art and woodworking. Sign me up!

Re: 9 reasons why I don't sharpen my plane blades as well as I thought

You may not be able to do that, but its ok. No one needs to sharpen to that level unless the goal is to win a planing competition.

Re: Chopping mortises in absurdly narrow stock

Definitely a good technique. I usually use a wooden handscrew for this same task, but the spare blocks / c-clamp would also work well.

Re: Fine Woodworking on a prime time sitcom!

It was really funny! I especially liked when Asa stormed off after losing to Ron, and the slideshow of the recently-passed woodworkers with the coffins they made for themselves. Nicely done!



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