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Harlequin Liquor Cabinet

Harlequin Liquor Cabinet

Woodworker: Gabriel Sutton Sutton’s goal in building this cherry and bubinga liquor cabinet was to display a harlequin pattern in a subtle way. The curved panels and legs are meant to contrast with...

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Pierced Ash Bowl

Pierced Ash Bowl

Woodworker: Michael AllisonLike many of Allison’s turnings, this pierced ash bowl (13-in. dia. by 5-in. tall) is made from green wood he found near his home. He achieves the luminescent color with...

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Unfinished Ash Chair

Unfinished Ash Chair

Woodworker: Jamie Vander SalmThis unfinished ash chair, 33 in. deep by 22 in. wide by 40 in. tall, contains more than 600 copper rivets. For Vander Salm, steam-bending the green ash was easy; the...

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Cherry and Ash Sideboard

Cherry and Ash Sideboard

Woodworker: Bart NiswongerThough the piece is based loosely on Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann’s designs, Niswonger added a topographical element to this cherry and ash sideboard (17 in. deep by 55 in...

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Oxeye Hall Table

Oxeye Hall Table

Woodworker: Seth RollandThe sunburst of slender ash slats on Seth Rolland’s demilune table may be dazzling for its elegance, but it’s equally impressive as a technical feat: The entire array is...

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Rustic Modern Credenza

Rustic Modern Credenza

Woodworker: Scott McGlassonMcGlasson designed this media cabinet (21 in. deep by 78 in. wide by 22 in. tall) to blend the clean lines of modern furniture with rustic details. He used locally grown...

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Ash Bar Stool

Ash Bar Stool

Woodworker: Frank DeJong DeJong spent nearly 150 hours making this ash bar stool (21-3/4 in. deep by 17 in. wide by 38 in. tall). It was a lesson in sketching, refining a design, and angled joinery...

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Hawks Foot

Hawk's Foot

Woodworker: Jere WilliamsYears ago, a student of Williams did a mixed-media piece based on a hawk's foot she found nailed to the wall of her grandfather's barn. Recalling that piece recently...

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Ash and Mahogany Trestle Table

Ash and Mahogany Trestle Table

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Woodworker: Jeremy N. GibbsGibbs put a twist on this ash and mahogany trestle table, turning the end posts 45º so the through-mortise goes from point to point and a notched wedge incorporates the...

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Light and Graceful Comb-Back Windsor Chair

Light and Graceful Comb-Back Windsor Chair

Woodworker: Bill PerryPerry set out to make a comb-back Windsor chair that was as light and graceful as possible while still maintaining its strength. The chair has a poplar seat, maple legs and...

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White Ash Bench

White Ash Bench

Woodworker: Jim Hoyne A former physician, Jim Hoyne decided to pursue a second career as a furniture maker and enrolled in Gary Rogowski's distance mastery program. He built this bench during his...

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Continuous-Arm Chair

Continuous-Arm Chair

Woodworker: Thomas Moser Inspired by his love of Shaker furniture, Thomas Moser started his one-man shop in 1971. Today, Thomas Moser Cabinetmakers has nearly 100 skilled woodworkers. The...

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Pencil Chair

Pencil Chair

Woodworker: John P. McCormack McCormack built this chair as his thesis project at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). The design highlights two sides of his training: traditional furniture...

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Spectrum: The Necessaries Chest

Spectrum: The Necessaries Chest

Woodworker: Mark Whitley Whitley riffed off the concept of a Shaker apothecary cabinet to create this chest of drawers. Each drawer is hand dovetailed and Whitley dyed the inside of each a graduated...

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Padauk and Ash Bench

Padauk and Ash Bench

Woodworker: Steve Barolow Barlow used this padauk and ash bench to move away from rectilinear furniture and explore soft curves. The seat and legs were rough-cut on the bandsaw, and then refined with...

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Ash and Bubinga Dining Table

Ash and Bubinga Dining Table

Woodworker: Glen G. Guarino Guarino built this table under deadline. His client gave him six weeks to construct the piece in time for Thanksgiving dinner. The tear-drop shaped legs in ash were...

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Many Bent Leg End Table

Many Bent Leg End Table

Woodworker: Glen G. Guarino Guarino crafted this table from an ash tree that fell down near a school where he taught. He embellished it with strips of zebrawood. Photo: Richard Russo

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Walnut and Ebonized Ash Dresser

Walnut and Ebonized Ash Dresser

Woodworker: R.J. SpomerThis dresser is from a bedroom set Spomer made on commission. The walnut for the carcase was salvaged from a nearby storm-damaged tree and the sweetgum drawer fronts also are...

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Black Walnut and Ash Hall Table

Black Walnut and Ash Hall Table

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Woodworker: Wil Wolski Wolski, a student of Rosewood Studio's 9-month Craftsman Course, says "this piece was inspired by the natural arc created by a tree branch and the desire to capture it with...

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Baseball Chair

Baseball Chair

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Woodworker: Justin Williams Although Williams plays football and wrestles at Springfield High School -- baseball will always be his passion. This chair contains 5 official Rawlings baseballs and a...

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