tag: mahogany


showing 1 - 20 of 25 posts matching dye [X]
 1 2 Next > 
Sort By:


Subscribe to RSS feed
Shaker Table

Shaker Table

Woodworker: David TuttleA big fan of Shaker furniture and of Garrett Hack, Tuttle based the design of this table on a Hack table featured in FWW #104 (“Building a Strong, Light Carcase”). Instead...

view details
Mahogany and Holly Sideboard

Mahogany and Holly Sideboard

Woodworker: James William Schuyler IIIWhen Schuyler made this mahogany and holly sideboard as a wedding gift, he sized it so that most types of liquor bottle would fit inside. He used floating tenons...

view details
Asian Inspired Side Table

Asian Inspired Side Table

Woodworker: Sarha Holt When designing this side table for a client’s lounge, Holt tied together a number of elements. The newly updated room contained antiques, reflected in the slipper feet, and...

view details
Double Oxbow Salem Secretary

Double Oxbow Salem Secretary

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...

view details
Block-Front Chest

Block-Front Chest

Woodworker: Roland Benjamin Patterned after the block-front style of chest developed in Newport, R.I., this version was inspired by a photo in Nutting's Furniture Treasury. The original was made in...

view details
Gratz Highboy Reproduction

Gratz Highboy Reproduction

Woodworker: Joel Ficke This highboy was Ficke’s first attempt at reproducing early American furniture, and he built it under the instruction of Gene Landon. The original, known as the Gratz...

view details
Mahogany Bombé Chest of Drawers

Mahogany Bombé Chest of Drawers

Woodworker: Frank Woolley Woolley estimates he invested more than 1,500 hours making this bombé chest of drawers. About 570 hours went into the actual construction and 180 hours into the finishing...

view details
Chippendale Side Chair Reproduction

Chippendale Side Chair Reproduction

Woodworker: Tony Kubalak The quality, variety, and number of carved elements make this reproduction of a Chippendale side chair the most ambitious project Kubalak has done to date. The knee carving...

view details
Carved Low-Post Bed

Carved Low-Post Bed

Woodworker: David S. Beach Beach reproduced this mahogany bed as a commission. The original was made by the client’s grandfather, who trained as a cabinetmaker in Germany and then emigrated to the...

view details
Newport-Style Kneehole Desk

Newport-Style Kneehole Desk

Woodworker: Alan Turner This Newport-style kneehole desk is modeled after an original attributed to Edmund Townsend (circa 1760s) which is in the Rhode Island School of Design Museum. As on...

view details
Decorative Pedestal Table

Decorative Pedestal Table

Woodworker: Anthony Hayzen Hayzen's pedestal table serves as a canvas for his decorative veneer work. The six-sided pedestal is made of poplar, while the tabletop and base are made of mediumdensity...

view details
Philadelphia Side Chair

Philadelphia Side Chair

Woodworker: Eugene E. Landon Eugene Landon, one of the most prolific builders of authentic reproduction furniture, recreated this Philadelphia side chair representing the high point of Colonial Queen...

view details
Mission-style Hall Table

Mission-style Hall Table

LeBlanc’s hall table is an updated version of Mission-style furniture. The piece features exposed joinery and handmade pulls, and is made of mahogany. It is finished with aniline dye, wiping stain and precatalyzed lacquer.

view details
Chippendale-style Stool

Chippendale-style Stool

Mahogany and silk damask Chippendale-style stool by Randall O’Donnell. The piece features hand-carved ball and claw feet.

view details
Western Lamp

Western Lamp

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.

view details
Chippendale-style Dining Chairs

Chippendale-style Dining Chairs

1 comment

These Chippendale-style chairs, made by Rinehart, are made from mahogany and finished with a diluted dye stain, Waterlox, wiping varnish and an asphaltum glaze.

view details
Newport-style Tall Clock

Newport-style Tall Clock

Parcell’s Newport-style tall clock reproduction is built from Honduras mahogany and yellow pine. The piece is finished with aniline dye and nitrocellulose lacquer.

view details
Philadelphia Highboy

Philadelphia Highboy

Arato made this Philadelphia-style highboy in collaboration with his fellow woodworker Robert McCullough. The piece is made from mahogany, crotch mahogany, and poplar. it is finished wtih aniline dye, pigmented stain and shellac.

view details
Card Table

Card Table

Turner crafted this mahogany card table with a wooden hinge at the back to allow the top to flip up. The piece is finished with walnut-husk dye, seedlac shellac, asphaltum thinned with mineral spirits and wax.

view details
Dining Chair

Dining Chair

This hand-carved mahogany chair was completed with a wool brocade and horsehair upholstered seat; while the wood was finished with aniline dyes and shellac.

view details
showing 1 - 20 of 25 posts
 1 2 Next > 

Advertise here for as little as $50. Learn how

Save up to 51% on Fine Woodworking

 

Become a Better Woodworker

Join Woodworkers Like You

352383 woodworkers have joined Fine Woodworking. Create your profile and join the Fine Woodworking community!

sjv5129 sjv5129
joined Nov 25
JerryDuane JerryDuane
joined Nov 27
RameshDudani RameshDudani
joined Jul 25

Hab5 Hab5
joined Jan 20
WoodShrew WoodShrew
joined Jul 1
PeterHenryPeter PeterHenry...
joined Jul 8


Create your profile now!