These pieces are displayed currently at an exhibition in the Far North of New Zealand at the Earth House. see details on my website www.bespokefurnituremaker.co.nz
This Greene and Greene styled coffee table is made primarily of cherry with walnut and ebony accents. It is approximately 24" x 50" x 18.5"
The inlay in the middle of the top is composed of ebony...
This piece started out as a small cabinet for my wife's office while also helping me build my portfolio. I wanted a small case that would lend itselft to small production runs while still being...
Small veneered box made with cutoffs.
Nice break to build something small after building something big.
I made a Greene and Greene style dartboard cabinet from cherry w/ ebony plugs. The panels are bookmatched and both panels are sawn from the same board.
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Oval core was bricklaid, oval was veneered with cherry. Custom banding of holly and ebony applied to oval core. Legs joined to oval apron with a sliding dovetail/ bridle joint. Top inlaid with...
This cabinet was built for miscellaneous storage. The carcas is Curly Cherry. The door is a carved Mdf laminated to Maple & has an Ebony pull. I used a Fir back panel to help lighten up the interior...
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...
Woodworker: Bruce EatonEaton spent nearly a decade working as an environmental engineer and became increasingly miserable “watching other people make stuff.” A local woodworking class led him to...
Woodworker: James PlatteterThree factors motivated Platteter to build this Pennsylvania spice box: the beauty of the original in The Pennsylvania Spice Box by Lee Ellen Griffith (Chester County...
Woodworker: Ken Cowell
This segmented vessel is the largest piece Cowell has done. The 14-in.-dia. piece stands 17 in. tall, but more impressive than its size is the amount of pieces it took to make...
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...
Woodworker: David LewisLewis began making this box (10 in. deep by 14 in. wide by 6 in. tall) for his daughter's 18th birthday. He used shop-sawn cocobolo veneer over solid cherry sides. The top and...
Woodworker: Brian Bortz
This bow-sided buffet was inspired by the Art Deco era. Bortz used pommele eucalyptus, Macassar ebony, and cherry to create the contrast in color and grain. The finish is...
Woodworker: Michael Lobby
Arts and Crafts design and Bhutanese architecture fueled Lobby’s inspiration when he created this desk. He wanted the design to be uncomplicated yet highly functional as a...
Woodworker: Andy Rae
Andy Rae designed this chest of drawers with inspiration from a classic design by Fine Woodworking contributing editor Christian Becksvoort. The case corners are...
Woodworker: Richard Williams
When he had the opportunity to exhibit some of his work at a prominent gallery in central London, Williams designed a series of pieces that he hoped would demonstrate the...
Woodworker: William Laberge
This writing desk was inspired by one built by the Greene brothers for the Robert R. Blacker House in Pasadena, California. It is made of cherry, with walnut and ebony...
Woodworker: Darrell Peart
This piece is a "near reproduction" of the Thorsen Sideboard made by the Hall brothers and designed by Greene and Greene in 1909. The bolection inlay, proud of the surface...
Woodworker: Kevin McMahon
McMahon named this two-piece hanging wall cabinet after a woman's bathing-suit design, called a "tankini," which combines a tank top with a bikini bottom. The cabinet is...
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