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American cherry wood Ditty box

American cherry wood Ditty box

A sea captains Ditty box built from American Cherry wood. Dimensions: 20" by 10-78" by 7-1/4" . Inside finish: Watco Danish Oil natural with water based Polyurethane over. Exterior finish: Watco...

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Cherry Pencil Post Bed

Cherry Pencil Post Bed

This was my second bed project.  It is similar in construction to another cherry bed I made for home (also here in the reader's gallery), but this one is a very different style.  I took inspiration...

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Blanket chest

Blanket chest

Cherry blanket chest made for my daughter , based on a 1760's  6 board chest Hand cut dovetail, molding on the sides of the top are sliding dovetails to allow for seasonal movement

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Independence Hall Table

Independence Hall Table

The customer had a table in his home and told me to match it. I did. It is a duplicate of a table in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA. It was built for his daughter. It is made of all solid...

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Cherry Dresser

Cherry Dresser

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Solid Cherry Tripple Dresser made for my Daughter as the first piece of a bedroom set. Single timber (grain match)  per row curved front dovetailed drawers.

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Upholstered Wing Chair

Upholstered Wing Chair

Cherry legs, maple and poplar frame using mortise and tenon joinery. Fabric is Historic Deerfield Flame Stitch.

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Oval cherry table

Oval cherry table

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...

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Cherry Pennsylvania Secretary

Cherry Pennsylvania Secretary

Woodworker: Larry GreweNeighbors Grewe and Corson talked about making this Pennsylvania secretary together for about four years before Corson, 90, convinced Grewe, in his early 70s, to go for it...

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Cherry Chest of Drawers

Cherry Chest of Drawers

Woodworker: George Stephens George Stephens says this simple chest of drawers elicits more compliments than any other piece he's made. He saw the original 1740 Charleston half chest at the Museum of...

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18th-Century-Inspired Linen Press

18th-Century-Inspired Linen Press

Woodworker: Andy Rae After researching several 18th-century linen presses, including one notable cabinet that resides in the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Winston-Salem, N.C., Rae...

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Williamsburg-Inspired Chest on Chest

Williamsburg-Inspired Chest on Chest

Woodworker: Andrew J. Ritchie This chest on chest was Ritchie's second try at veneered furniture. Although the form is based on an original seen at Colonial Williamsburg, the chest elegantly...

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Chair Devils

Chair Devils

These “chair devils” are made from high-speed steel , brass screws, and either cherry or blackwood infill. They are finished with tung oil and wax.

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Tall Clock

Tall Clock

This cherry tall clock by Robert Newton encompasses a variety of styles from Shaker to Mackintosh. Newtown intended his interpretation to be a mixture of old and new.

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Secretary

Secretary

Lincoln Clapp’s secretary in cherry. His piece is a mixture of traditional and moderns designs.

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Four-Poster Bed

Four-Poster Bed

Former President and woodworker, Jimmy Carter, crafted this four-poster bed from cherry with tapered, faceted posts.

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Windsor-style Bed

Windsor-style Bed

This Windsor-style bed is made of cherry and features the technique of bent lamination.

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Shaker-style Sideboard

Shaker-style Sideboard

Tiger maple and cherry Shaker-inspired sideboard by Garrett Hack. Hack also used wedged rosewood knobs to complete the piece.

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Shaker-style Clock

Shaker-style Clock

Shaker-style clock in cherry and pine by Phil Lowe.

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Shaker-style Workbench

Shaker-style Workbench

Made from cherry and cherry plywood Bunn’s Shaker-style workbench offers a large, stable work surface and plenty of storage. The main support system is a series of four “bents” the same system used in post-and-beam construction. See article in FW#102, pp. 89-93.

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Queen Anne-style Table

Queen Anne-style Table

Treanor’s drop-leaf Queen Anne-style breakfast table in cherry. Several joinery styles were used such as pinned tenons, knuckle joints and half-blind dovetails.

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