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He comes like a roaring Lion

He comes like a roaring Lion

A table i made for my wife last christmas to hold her bible, it's made from African Mahogany, Quilted Maple, bird's eye Maple, Spanish Cedar and Buffard Frere banding inlay. I was lucky to get it...

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Boxes

Boxes

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Since my pile of cut off lumber has slowly started to take over the shop I thought I would build a few boxes with it and practice some techniques that I have wanted to try. It is also a great way to...

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Glider Horse

Glider Horse

About two months ago a friend called to ask if I could build a glider horse for his new baby daughter for Christmas. I had never done anything like this before but I said yes anyway. Then I got down...

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Veneered Small Box

Veneered Small Box

Small veneered box made with cutoffs. Nice break to build something small after building something big.

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Pennsylvania Tall Case clock

Pennsylvania Tall Case clock

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In an earlier post I showed the start of this project. It has taken about six months to complete. The clock is all West Indies mahogany. The movement is an eight day cable weight driven movement. The...

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Bombe Chest of Drawers

Bombe Chest of Drawers

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Woodworker: Austin CampbellMost woodworkers see the bombé chest of drawers as the ultimate tour-de-force, so it’s particularly impressive that Campbell made this mahogany and white pine bombé as...

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Mahogany Tea Table

Mahogany Tea Table

Woodworker: William KlugeThis mahogany tea table (19-1/2 in. deep by 33 in. wide by 26-3/4 in. tall) is a replica of a John Goddard original made in 1760. In 2005, the original was sold at a...

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Floating Maple and Mahogany Coffee Table

Floating Maple and Mahogany Coffee Table

Woodworker: Michael Lobby Lobby built this coffee table as an assignment in the Distance Mastery Program at Gary Rogowski’s Northwest Woodworking Studio. Lobby wanted to design a strong table with...

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Hand-Carved Hall Table

Hand-Carved Hall Table

Woodworker: Daniel Omondi Odhuno This mahogany and walnut hall table combines Odhuno’s love for carving with his desire to make practical furniture for everyday use. His carvings are heavily...

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Mahogany and Lacewood Bed

Mahogany and Lacewood Bed

Woodworker: Amanda Broemel Living in a home where nearly every piece of furniture was designed and built by her father, Broemel, formerly of Springfield, Pa., turned to him for design input. The...

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Sheraton-Inspired Arm Chair

Sheraton-Inspired Arm Chair

Woodworker: Daniel H. Phillips Phillips, a North Bennett Street School student, adapted a drawing from Thomas Sheraton’s The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing-Book for the design of this...

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Mahogany and Butternut Bowl

Mahogany and Butternut Bowl

Woodworker: Steve Wachtel Wachtel, 17, turned this bowl as part of a class at Jefferson Township High School in New Jersey. The bowl, a lamination of mahogany and butternut, took him about 4 hours to...

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Dancing Leg Hall Table

Dancing Leg Hall Table

Woodworker: Jason Ramey Ramey, a student at the Herron School of Art and Design, in Indianapolis, eschewed the tradition of straight-leg design and tried to create movement with a top cantilevered...

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“The Phoenix” Dowry Chest

“The Phoenix” Dowry Chest

Woodworker: Gregory Stoddard Stoddard refers to this chest as “The Phoenix.” About 30 years ago, an antiques dealer photographed a number of sale pieces. One was a 400-year-old dowry chest with...

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Cherry Crib

Cherry Crib

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...

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Laminated Reading Chair

Laminated Reading Chair

Woodworker: Don Gray Gray spent 250 hours designing and mocking up this laminated mahogany chair, and another 200 hours building it. He was inspired by the natural form of forked tree branches and...

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Sheraton-Style Secretary

Sheraton-Style Secretary

Woodworker: Richard Oedel This Sheraton-style secretary was crafted by North Bennet Street alumnus Richard Oedel and displayed in an exhibit at the Boston Athenaeum. It features curved glass...

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Greene-and-Greene-Style Bench

Greene-and-Greene-Style Bench

Woodworker: Thomas Starbuck Stockton This original work is not based on an actual Greene-and-Greene piece, but an interpretation of their designs. Stockton used mahogany with ebony accents, along...

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Federal-Style Buffet

Federal-Style Buffet

Woodworker: Thomas Starbuck Stockton This custom buffet in Honduras and African mahogany uses veneer with beautiful but not overpowering figure. Stockton crafted the piece for clients who saw his...

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Goddard-Townsend-Style Fall-Front Secretary

Goddard-Townsend-Style Fall-Front Secretary

Woodworker: Carl Glassman While building this reproduction Goddard-Townsend fall-front secretary, Glassman, an 83-year-old retired surgeon, received both inspiration and guidance from John McAlister...

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