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Woodworker: Scott King
The Kings made this piece for a client who wanted a room divider that reminded her of some of the plants and fruits of her native Barbados. Scott created the main frame out of Spanish cedar and used South American mahogany for the inner frames. The panels are Kathy’s original silk paintings, mounted between glass. For variety, the frames can be removed and rearranged. The Kings commissioned Bob Sanderson to make the custom hinges, which allow the sections to be folded forward or backward. The divider is finished with Liberon Finishing Oil.
Photo: Scott and Kathy King (www.scottkingfurniture.com)
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