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a claro walnut coffee table with a steel base ... +/- 38 x 52 x 17
here's a link to the blog post
well, ok … this is a lot of stuff. but, it all happened in about the last six weeks, and it’s all out the door and gone … feels good … it a good thing when pieces move through more or less without a hitch … it was an interesting mix
a restored 1961 lotus elite steering wheel ... back from the dead .. a challenging repair
link to the blog post with step by step photos
model for the bench above
in place ... different blog post here
looking down the stairs none of our woodworking here; i just liked the photo
a 3' x 11' copper top table
blog post here post includes step by step on coloring the copper
side view of above ... this was a cool project that we really enjoyed... an exploraiton of new techniques and processes.
a claro walnut fining table with a new base design using polished 5/8ths rebar. this slab was 'stitched' back together with about 15 butterflies after it completely split in half in shipping.. blog post here
close up of the rebar
a white lacquered table with a welded and polished steel base by our son sam
blog post here
a close up of a recently completed banjo by our other son will ... more photos and info on his own website, seeders instruments
a custom curved bench fitted to a circular ateel railing
link to the blog post here
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Nice slabs curves and mix of materials, and yes the staircase is awesome, Thanks for sharing your work.
love your work verry much.It gives me idees to do things different.
Nice assortment of work, I like the varied work ok, a change from the same old...!
Love the table slab...Nice colours there...
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