Woodworker: Ethan Hutchinson
This cherry bench took approximately 40 hours to complete and features contrasting ebony plugs. The bench design is inspired by Queen Anne furniture and the furniture of...
Rogowski’s Greene-and-Greene-style sideboard in mahogany. Ebony and yellowheart carved inlay give the piece its visual interest. Traditional frame-and-panel construction was used, as well as breadboard ends, dovetail, and mortise-and-tenon joinery. The process is outlined in three FW magazines #125, 126 and 127.
Thompson’s elliptical coffee table is made from Pommel sapele and fiddleback makore veneers along with sapele, ebony and cherry. It is finished with clear varnish (top and drawer) and black lacquer (base).
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.
Bellonby crafted this Art Deco-style cabinet out of solid and veneered Honduras mahogany. The cabinet features marquetry on the front along with cornices indicative of the period. The piece is finished with varnish.