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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...
Woodworker: Danny Kamerath
Kamerath designed this table (10-½ in. deep by 13 in. wide by 35 in. tall) around a small piece of figured satinwood that he used for the top, and two small boards of...
Woodworker: Joel Shepard
Shepard built this Biedermeier-style cabinet for best-selling thriller novelist John Saul. The traditional cabinet doubles as a modern computer desk with eight hidden...
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...
Woodworker: Michael Cullen
Designed for a show of practical furniture at a Boston gallery, this piece is telephone/memo desk. Cullen's wife, Barbara, an artist and art therapist, created the moon...
Packard’s dining table is mahogany with satinwood, holly, and ebony banding and a rubbed-out lacquer finish.
Small side table in ebony and satinwood by Timothy Philbrick
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.
Sackmann’s side table made from mahogany, satinwood, rosewood, anegre, and pine. It features a crotch-mahogany bookmatched top, rosewood banding, and ebony stringing. The table is finished with stained glaze and French-polished shellac.
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.
Reproduction of an 18th-century American dressing glass. Made with basswood, satinwood, poplar, walnut, ebony, and finished with French polish.
The piece is based on an Art Deco theme and is a study in veneer. Each of the game pieces features a 2.35-mm mother-of-pearl dots. It is finished in conversion varnish.
Just another piece,,, it has interior compartments for storage. The banding was made by me.
Foyer table. Solid mahogany with satinwood and ebony inlay and feet. Base is resawn mahogany bent and laminated. This piece was custom handcrafted to reflect the client's extensive tool collection...
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...
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