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Blanket Chest

Blanket Chest

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Blanket chest with 4 way walnut burl bookmatched top rimmed in gaboon ebony, African mahogany crotch bookmatched front and cedar lined.

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Williamsburg Sketchbook 2009, Part 2

Williamsburg Sketchbook 2009, Part 2

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Continuation of Williamsburg Sketchbook 2009

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jewelry boxes

jewelry boxes

quartersawn oak with mahogany highlights

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Photo Essay: Building an Elegant Mahogany Box

Photo Essay: Building an Elegant Mahogany Box

See how Tatsuhiko Oga constructed this topsy-turvey mahogany box.

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Display Case

Display Case

This was the second piece of furniture I ever built (about 6 years ago).  It was constructed from Ash, Mahogany, and Cherry scraps from a local door shop and finished with brushed...

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Chippendale Mirror

Chippendale Mirror

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This was a wedding gift for two close friends.  I'm just starting out, so my shop only has a bandsaw, workbench and various hand tools.  I started with roughsawn boards and...

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Pembroke Table

Pembroke Table

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This is a Federal Inspired Pembroke Table made while at North Bennet Street School. The entire piece is cut from a 10/4 X 20"wide Mahogany slab from Irion Lumber. Lots of resawing. Breaking with...

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Stylish Box

Stylish Box

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Made out of solid Ribbion stripped Mahogany, & Ebony for the hardwood. And Bloodwood, Myrtle Burl, Walnut, & Edbony for the marquetry. Size is 9" wide x 13" long x 5 1/2" tall.

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Taboret

Taboret

This taboret is constructed primarily of mahogany with poplar on the under side and also making up the drawers parts. The drawer fronts are made of Leopardwood (there is a drawer on each side). The...

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A replica of the Benjamin Seaton Tool chest

A replica of the Benjamin Seaton Tool chest

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In 2006 I decided to build a replica of the Seaton tool chest. The chest itself took about nine months working about three hours a day. Another hundred or so hours was spent making some of the...

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Gavel and Travel Case

Gavel and Travel Case

This is my first project ever on a lathe.  This is a hand-turned gavel for a college’s student government association parliamentarian.  The gavel and sounding block are made of...

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This Finish Stinks!

This Finish Stinks!

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An easy-to-apply finish has an unwelcome side effect

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Align View - a Little Known, but Handy Function

"Align View" - a Little Known, but Handy Function

I don't use it that often, but when I do the "Align View" function is very helpful. It comes in handy when I'm making a full-size template of a component's details. In the case of the 18th C Childs...

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Mini Curio Cabinet

Mini Curio Cabinet

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This project i made about 3 years ago for my father. he was traveling around the world regularly with a buisness he works for. he began to collect small trinkets and souveniers from different...

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Electric Guitar

Electric Guitar

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The style draws inspiration from a PRS body, but that's where the similarities end.  The body has a carved, quilted maple top with a mahogany back.  The neck is set into the body just...

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Mahogany Sofa and Ottomans

Mahogany Sofa and Ottomans

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I built this sofa from a set of plans for an outdoor chair.  I simply changed the width of the piece to 6 feet long and added another ottoman.  The tray between the ottomans is...

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Sofa table

Sofa table

Figured mahogany is used in a 4-way book match for the top. Bentwood lamination was used to create a subtle curve in the front skirt, echoing the curve cut into the top. Legs have flowing curves with...

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Humidors

Humidors

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Made as Christmas presents for my four , cigar smoking, golf buddies, these Humidors are constructed from spalted maple, flame and curly maple with black walnut and mahogany edging and detailing. The...

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An 18th C Childs Cradle - Handling Difficult Shapes and Angles

An 18th C Child's Cradle - Handling Difficult Shapes and Angles

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Last week I attended the Colonial Williamsburg Conference, "Working Wood in the 18th Century. Covering the subject - Bedroom Furniture -  I found this conference very educational and valuable...

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Twist Tables

Twist Tables

Twist Tables in Alder, Tamo Ash, Mahogany and glass. Available in solid top, veneer top and glass top versions.

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