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Trapezoid Box

Trapezoid Box

This trapezoid box was built for gallery sale. It is made from cherry and bubinga, with brass pins anchoring the handles.  Oil finish. 8" H, 8" W, 5: D.

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The last workbench I will ever build

The last workbench I will ever build

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Like many others, I felt it was time for a workbench upgrade, likely this would be the last bench I build and wanted it to be unique. The design is my own, incorporating many features from my...

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Chest of Drawers

Chest of Drawers

The Chest of Drawers (120x87x47cm) is entirely made of Arve. The wood has a very pleasant smell to it, but is also very soft, which easily leads to dents. The Bubinga elements on the front were done...

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Toaster Tongs

Toaster Tongs

Early in the morning, my sister was trying to take her toast out of the toaster unsucsessfully, and commented on how she would like some wooden tongs.  Thanks for giving me something to do today...

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Bubinga Rocker

Bubinga Rocker

An example of stack lamination and sculpting. Designed not to be duplicated by any means except by hand. Bubinga...African Ironwood...harder than Maple and equally beautiful. Expresses my love of...

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Bubinga and walnut coffee table

Bubinga and walnut coffee table

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Both top and bottom shelf are made from a single slab of bubinga, resawn and bookmatched.  Legs are made of 3 big blocks of walnut attached with double through tenons and then the bulk was removed...

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WYKO  workbench

WYKO workbench

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This is my WYKO bench, I say Wyko because I didn't really follow any one style of bench. The base is curly maple with ebony wedges for the stretchers. I put teflon feet on it, they allow it to stay...

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Sculpted Chair

Sculpted Chair

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Woodworker: Victor DiNoviDiNovi likes to work spontaneously, more like a sculptor than a cabinetmaker. He rarely draws his pieces before building them. But he doesn’t take any risks with structural...

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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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Hand Carved Dressing Table and Treasure Box

Hand Carved Dressing Table and Treasure Box

Woodworker: Jason KlagerThis dressing table and treasure box work as a unit, with the box positioned and kept in place with eight rosewood dowels. The table (18-in. deep by 32-in. wide by 37in...

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Flowering Rush Cabinet of Curly Soft Maple

Flowering Rush Cabinet of Curly Soft Maple

Woodworker: Paula GarbarinoGarbarino had been working in a cabinet shop for five years when she attended NBSS. “I finally decided I wanted to increase my skills,” she says, and the experience was...

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Architecture-Inspired End Table

Architecture-Inspired End Table

Woodworker: George GainesThe rich architecture of Chicago, especially the pointed gothic archways, served as Gaines’s design inspiration for this end table, 14-3/4 in. deep by 14-3/4 in. wide by...

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Bubinga Folding Screen

Bubinga Folding Screen

Woodworker: V. PeriThe panels of this solid bubinga folding screen are curved horizontally so it is self-standing when fully open. There also is a slight curve from top to bottom. Peri built the...

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Cherry Corner Cabinet

Cherry Corner Cabinet

Woodworker: Ted Saxerud Saxerud made a deal with his wife: If he could buy a tablesaw he'd build her a dining table. Once he built the table and she knew what beautiful things he was capable of...

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Marquetry Bedside Tables

Marquetry Bedside Tables

Woodworker: Chantal Bonnant Bonnant relied on the rule of thirds to come up with the dimensions and patterns of these mirror-image, mostly maple bedside tables. She resawed all the maple carcase...

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Golden Scallop Table

Golden Scallop Table

Woodworker: R. Thomas Tedrowe, Jr.During Tedrowe's 30+ years as a professional furniture maker, his work has become known for incorporating woods of contrasting colors and the use of geometrical...

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Hope Chest with Willow Inlay Motif

Hope Chest with Willow Inlay Motif

Woodworker: V. Peri Peri was commissioned to make a hope chest to hold keepsakes for a client’s four children. On each of the interior compartments he inlaid the first initial of each child, using...

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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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Bubinga and Curly Maple Desk with a Walnut Chair

Bubinga and Curly Maple Desk with a Walnut Chair

Woodworker: Noah Reiten Because a large desk can overpower a room, Reiten designed this one to have a lighter feel. He raised the drawer bank and added negative space above it, giving the legs a more...

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Bubinga, Mahogany and Glass Coffee Table

Bubinga, Mahogany and Glass Coffee Table

Woodworker: Wil Wolski Wolski, a student of Rosewood Studio's 9-month Craftsman Course, was inspired by modern era furniture and an exploration of curved planar elements mixed with traditional forms...

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