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Woodworker: Dan Wacker
This sideboard (17-in. deep by 47-in. wide by 32-in. tall) is Wacker’s take on a classic serpentine-front cabinet. The left and right doors are concave on the bottom and convex on the top; the center door is concave on the top and convex on the bottom. The case is sapele, the base kwila, and the interior narra. The finish is shellac. Of the CR program, Wacker says: “Although I never had the privilege of meeting James Krenov, I feel as if his pulse still beats within the walls of the woodshop.” Photo credit: David Welter.
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