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These drawers were fabricated for a custom entertainment center that I designed and constructed for my family. I utilized inlaid dovetail construction using maple and walnut as the contrasting woods. I also added an inlaid macassar ebony strip on the side of the drawer. The front of the drawer is made from 9 pieces of wood. A highly figured curly maple panel is set within a beveled maple frame that I dyed. A beading detail made from macassar ebony to match the side strip was then added to the perimeter of the frame. The drawers use solid maple sides.
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Outstanding...Love the inlay. What jig did you use? Leigh ? Do you know of any instructions on videos on doing the inlays? Thanks.
This is really nice looking. Please add photos that show the entire entertainment center...
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