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This hall table was a commissioned piece after the people had seen a similar table I had built which was only 48 inches in length. This piece is 60 inches in length and 13 inches deep, standing 30...
This was the result of my first real furniture-making project in 2010. It is a sturdy coffee table that has stood up to heavy usage in our family room and has been very practical, with a shelf...
The Stand-Up Desk was designed to ease a friends back-problems from too much sitting on a normal desk. I chose cherry and mahogany with small wenge elements. The legs and cross-braces I shaped to...
Small veneered box made with cutoffs.
Nice break to build something small after building something big.
I liked an old picture of my mother in law so I cut one out of cherry. I made the frame from the same board and used the sapwood on the inside edge. Finish is a sprayed lacquer and the picture is...
I had been pondering a desk-design for over a year. It had to be timeless and elegant. When I saw Chris gouchnour´s design in FWW I knew I could do something with it. I had a wide board of Mahogany...
Woodworker: Benoit ChasséInspired by an old Victorian building in Montreal, Benoit Chassé originally built this piece (9-3/4 in. deep by 52-3/8 in. wide by 43 in. tall) to store 450 cassette tapes...
Woodworker: Alfred C. Etzel Jr.Etzel modeled this cherry tall clock after one he saw when visiting the Roosevelt estate in Hyde Park, N.Y. After a long search, he found plans in the library of the...
Woodworker: J. Albert Hudson
Hudson was so inspired by the double oxbow Salem secretary in Home Furniture #7 that he vowed to reproduce it. Twelve years later, at the age of 88, he did just that...
Woodworker: Bert Wortel
Turnings, carvings, and inlay adorn this small chess table. Wortel crafted the board with solid wood with squares of holly and Peruvian walnut. He turned and carved...
Woodworker: Jeremy Weese
Weese crafted this crib a few months before his first child was born. The engineer and "shop-dweller by night" used AutoCad to check the proportions and joinery before...
Woodworker: David Hurwitz
Hurwitz began carving kitchen utensils about 13 years ago as a way to use the scraps accumulating in his shop. Seeing them as an exploration in form, he considers each one a...
Woodworker: Darrell Peart
This piece is a "near reproduction" of the Thorsen Sideboard made by the Hall brothers and designed by Greene and Greene in 1909. The bolection inlay, proud of the surface...
Woodworker: Rob Brown
As one who has always been drawn to nature, Brown often finds inspiration for his furniture while hiking. The marquetry on this chest of drawers is based on the branches of a...
Harold Purcell’s custom designed toolbox is a functional and visual treat. It features a maple base and three stackable cherry and mahongay boxes that can be moved as necessary.
Wiedman hand-carved this commissioned mahogany and cherry mirror frame.
Zeller’s Federal-style chest of drawers made from cherry with veneered satinwood and mahogany crossbanded drawer fronts. The cock beads are maple.
Reiche crafted these ornate toolboxes from curly and bird’s-eye maple, mahogany and cherry. Each is a different size and features string, band, and figure inlay. They are finished with a satin-urethane finish.
I understand everyone has done cuting boards, but these are my first. I did the Walnut and Mahogany board first then did the checked one with Walnut, Cherry and Bocote using the CB design...
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