October 24, 2012
Corner cabinet in pine by Ken Wirtz.
Rudolph’s pine and glass coffee table entitled “E Ticket” depicts a city’s evolution from the 20th to 21st century. The table is one of five in a series.
A reproduction of the orignal armonica made by Benjamin Franklin. Sound is made by rubbing a moistened finger along the edge of the spinning glasses. The only deviation is Lash’s…
Mosser crafted this table from Parallam, engineered lumber made from thin strands of softwood veneer glued up into billets. Used mostly in residential construction, Mosser tamed its softwood properties to…
Glass-topped end table by Geer. Maple and cocobolo were also used to construct the piece. It is finished with oil.
This curved leg coffee table is made from curly cherry veneer, walnut, plywood and glass. The table is finished with a mix of Watco oil, varnish and mineral spirits.
Heitzman’s figured mahogany buffet features hand-cast hardware and curved veneered door and drawer fronts. The buffet is finished with hand-rubbed polyurethane.
Waters’ Shaker-inspired pencil-post bed is made from curly cherry and features a disc made from curly ambrosia maple. The finish is natural-colored Watco oil.
Grainger’s floor lamp is made from Honduras mahogany. The shade features hand-carving and stained glass. The lamp is finished with dye stain, glaze, shellac and wax.
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