October 24, 2012
Waters’ Shaker-inspired pencil-post bed is made from curly cherry and features a disc made from curly ambrosia maple. The finish is natural-colored Watco oil.
Rolland’s tabletop is made froma tapered-lamination process that uses walnut, cherry, maple and curly maple. This piece is finished with hand-rubbed lacquer.
Traditional Shaker blanket chest in cherry by Charles Durfee.
Seward’s trestle-style cradle is made from curly maple and cherry heartwood. It is finished with oil and wax.
Mehler’s cherry chest of drawers was made from a single log.
McCaffery’s miniature reproduction of the yacht, the Coronet, is made from poplar, cherry, and apple wood. The piece was built to a scale of 3/8 in. = 1 ft.
Weber’s Welsh chair with writing extension is made from elm, hickory, oak, cherry, and pine. The chair is finished with marine spar varnish, tung oil and gum turpentine.
Headley’s reproduction side table is made from cherry. The table is finished with shellac.
Wiedman hand-carved this commissioned mahogany and cherry mirror frame.
DuPlessis’ stereo cabinet features English yew, zebrawood, cherry, walnut and maple. The doors have Japanese rice paper inserts.
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