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The Taller Sister

The Taller Sister

The Taller Sister is the first of a series of pieces taken from the same tree. It is hollow-turned on a Nova DVR lathe using a SuperNova chuck.

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Cabinet inspired by Garrett Hack

Cabinet inspired by Garrett Hack

I first came across Garrett Hack's work when I joined finewoodworking.com a couple of years ago. His small hand plane tool cabinet was something I had always wanted to build. So when my beautiful...

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Skeleton Clock of Maple, Ebony, Poplar, and Holly

Skeleton Clock of Maple, Ebony, Poplar, and Holly

Woodworker: Charles MaxwellOn Charles Maxwell’s Cape Cod honeymoon 27 years ago, he and his wife saw a skeleton clock, and he vowed to make her one. In 2007 after retiring from the U.S. Navy...

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Veneered Box

Veneered Box

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Woodworker: Rutager WestInspired by Andrew Crawford’s books on box making, West wanted to make a veneered box with inlay. While making some profiled molding with a handplane, he got the idea for...

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Butterfly Vanity

Butterfly Vanity

Woodworker: Adrian FerrazzuttiAfter working in the student bench room for nearly 18 years, Krenov decided to move into a small back room at the school. Offering his bench to Ferrazzutti, he said...

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18th Century Federal Card Table

18th Century Federal Card Table

Woodworker: Ed StuckeyStuckey, a member of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers, built this Federal-style card table with inspiration from an article by Walter Raynes and Carl Clinton in...

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Walnut Writing Desk

Walnut Writing Desk

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...

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Ruhlmann Inspired Chess Table

Ruhlmann Inspired Chess Table

Woodworker: Craig Thibodeau Thibodeau, who won Best of Show last year, gained inspiration for this Macassar ebony and holly chess table from Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann’s Art Deco furniture. The playing...

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Segmented and Coopered Vessel

Segmented and Coopered Vessel

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Woodworker: William Miller Miller’s vessel, influenced by ancient Grecian urns, is segmented and coopered. The basswood segments are beveled on the edges and separated by 1/8-in. walnut spacers...

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Sheraton-Style Secretary

Sheraton-Style Secretary

Woodworker: Richard Oedel This Sheraton-style secretary was crafted by North Bennet Street alumnus Richard Oedel and displayed in an exhibit at the Boston Athenaeum. It features curved glass...

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Freestanding Tool Cabinet

Freestanding Tool Cabinet

Woodworker: Andy Rae Gracing the cover of Jim Tolpin's The Toolbox Book (1995, Taunton Press), Rae's freestanding tool cabinet has served him in the shop for more than 20 years, doling out handsaws...

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Butterfly Vase

Butterfly Vase

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Woodworker: Ed Zbik Zbik assembled and turned this segmented vase out of curly maple, bloodwood, zircote, holly, lacewood, satinwood, and ebony. Called "Butterfly Vase," the piece is finished with...

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Butternut Chest of Drawers

Butternut Chest of Drawers

Woodworker: Garrett Hack Restrained butternut is a good partner for the vivid holly and ebony adornments on this chest built by Garrett Hack. While rarely used, butternut features wide boards, even...

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Regency-style Dining Table

Regency-style Dining Table

Packard’s dining table is mahogany with satinwood, holly, and ebony banding and a rubbed-out lacquer finish.

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Dresser

Dresser

Tischler’s dresser features a myriad of design elements - graduated drawers, book-matched drawer fronts, chamfered edges, string inlay, and hand-carved pulls. It uses a variety of woods, such as Brazilian mahogany, Honduras rosewood, Macassar ebony, holly, cedar, maple and poplar. The finish is Waterlox varnish.

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Federal-style Card Table

Federal-style Card Table

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.

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Side Table

Side Table

Sadler’s table design is based on a mosaic pattern. The main structure of the table is made of walnut. The “mosaic” look is done with a variety of woods.

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Chest of Drawers

Chest of Drawers

Hack’s butternut chest features French feet with ebony pads, cockbeads around the drawer edges, a whale’s tail carving on the bottom apron, and ebony and holly quarter-round columns that highlight the case edges.

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Bedside Cabinet

Bedside Cabinet

Nelson’s commissioned bedside cabinet is made from quartersawn padauk, holly and ebony. It is finished with pickled shellac and Waterlox.

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Federal-style Card Table

Federal-style Card Table

Houck’s Federal-style reproduction card table is made from mahogany, holly, ebony and pine. The table has a padded shellac finish.

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