October 24, 2012
Treanor’s William and Mary-style bureau is made of ash. The piece is accented with cove and arch moldings, and brass hardware. It is finished with paint.
Daniel makes these unusual puzzles with the help of his computer. Once a chosen mathematical equation is processed, the computer gives Daniel all the tools he needs (including cut sheets)…
This Japanese-style credenza uses a variety of mediums in its construction. The case is made from birch plywood on which a linen decoupage was glued. The paduak trim on the…
Gumprecht’s coffee table is made of ash and walnut, and the rims are mahogany. The table is finished with a wipe-on polyurethane.
Turned see-through bowl made from ash and bird’s-eye maple.
Ash vase with cut-outs done with a miniature sabersaw and Micromark router.
Beyer’s toolbox features over 35 hardwoods from Africa, Asia and South America. The piece is finished with Sam Maloof’s poly/oil recipe.
Chamblin’s bent-lamination desk and chair are made from ash and narra. Both pieces are finished with shellac and wax. The chair features a seat woven from Danish cord.
Paul Schurch’s Pollard ash table features purpleheart inlay. The three-toed griffin feet are made from cast-bronze. The table is finished with oil-and-varnish.
Gibson’s wall cabinet is made from ash and finished with Watcho oil and shellac.
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