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Woodworker: Frank Strazza
Influenced by Federal-style furniture, Strazza designed this solid figured walnut writing desk for the Texas Furniture Makers Show. The secondary woods are maple, holly, and...
This Federal-style card table is an interpretation of the New York and Baltimore styles. The top features pie-shaped crotch mahogany veneer with acorn-style inlay. Over 200 hours was put into the creation of the table. It has a french polish finish.
Erpelding’s modernized version of the Hepplewhite pier table in cherry, ebony and ebonized inlay.
Hepplewhite-style sideboard made from cherry, maple, ebony and East Indian rosewood. The finish is a hand-rubbed mixture of linseed oil and mineral spirits.
Putnam’s 18th-century reproduction linen press is made from mahogany, quartersawn white oak, ebony and satinwood. The cornice features an inly of the palmetto tree and crescent moon - both signatures of the flag of South Carolina.
Houck’s Federal-style reproduction card table is made from mahogany, holly, ebony and pine. The table has a padded shellac finish.
Mosheim’s card tables are Hepplewhite-style reproductions made with crotch mahogany, satinwood, quartersawn pine, and ebony. Both tables are finished with shellac and oil.
This Sheraton-style table is made from cherry and ebony, and features brass hardware. It is finished with a hand-rubbed oil-and-varnish mix.
Reproduction of an 18th-century American dressing glass. Made with basswood, satinwood, poplar, walnut, ebony, and finished with French polish.
Koopus’ cabinet is crafted from crotch mahogany, sycamore, bird’s-eye maple, and ebony. The piece is finished with aniline dye, oil and lacquer.
this is my dream shop it is 24'x45' it is a project of mine that hopefully will soon come true! i've placed the machinery in order that will work for me. i design and build to others specs, i also...
This elegant side table was designed for a customer in Portsmouth NH.
It has a hand dovetailed drawer and Ebony beading around the face.
Just another piece,,, it has interior compartments for storage. The banding was made by me.
A mahogany Pembroke table with Satinwood bellflower inlaid in crossbanded mahogany panels, satinwood paterae, ebony and maple banding. The top is inlaid with a conch shell made from satinwood in a...
I wanted to try my hands on turning. This project was a result of that. The eight legs on these tables are the only eight pieces of wood I have ever mounted on a lathe. I also used the...
This cherry, birch & ebony drop-front desk was a gift for my then-5-year-old granddaughter, who just loves all the drawers and storage spaces for her artwork supplies. She also finds the...
FWW had an article that inspired me to build this. I can't remember which one but the project turned out well. Their version was mahogany. I decided to try it with Bird's eye maple and Gaboon Ebony...
This is my first real woodworking project in 2006 based on Garrett Hack's article in FWW #187. The wood is Cherry with Flamed Birch and Ebony. I did not have a jointer or planer at this time so all...
Federal Period Ladies Writing Desk
Winner 2007 "Best in Show" Traditional Work, Providence Fine Furniture Exhibit
Inspired by the masterpieces of John and...
Maker: Ed Stuckey
Dimensions: 36” in diameter (open) and 28” high.
Description: 18th Century Federal Card Table.
Primary woods: solid wood...
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