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Upholstered Wing Chair

Upholstered Wing Chair

Cherry legs, maple and poplar frame using mortise and tenon joinery. Fabric is Historic Deerfield Flame Stitch.

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Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers

Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers

Woodworker: Nathan SchoeningInspired by Carlyle Lynch’s article in FWW #48, Schoening built this Hepplewhite chest of drawers (22 in. deep by 33-1/4 in. wide by 36 in. tall), taking a few liberties...

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Williamsburg-Inspired Chest on Chest

Williamsburg-Inspired Chest on Chest

Woodworker: Andrew J. Ritchie This chest on chest was Ritchie's second try at veneered furniture. Although the form is based on an original seen at Colonial Williamsburg, the chest elegantly...

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Demilune Table

Demilune Table

Woodworker: Laura Smith Though diminutive in size Smith's demilune table delivers a visual punch. The octagonal mahogany legs are tapered on all sides and have feet of turned maple. The curved apron...

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Tall Case Clock

Tall Case Clock

Tall lcase clock in curly maple by Bill Coyle.

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Dunlap-style Secretary

Dunlap-style Secretary

Commissioned by U.S. Senator Judd Gregg (R.N.H), Smith made this Dunlap-style replica with curly maple and finished it with a hand-brushed varnish.

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Harvest Dining Table

Harvest Dining Table

Campbell’s harvest dining table is made from curly maple. Though its drawers provide additional storage, they can also weaken the table. Campbell added a strongback to give the table strength.

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Shaker-style Sideboard

Shaker-style Sideboard

Tiger maple and cherry Shaker-inspired sideboard by Garrett Hack. Hack also used wedged rosewood knobs to complete the piece.

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Queen Anne-style Highboy

Queen Anne-style Highboy

Chester County highboy in tiger maple made by Irion Company Furniture Makers.

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Demilune Table

Demilune Table

Philbrick’s demilune table in curly maple. The table features turned rings on the legs made specifically to support the apron.

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Campaign Chest

Campaign Chest

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A modern take on a piece originally designed for military use. This campaign chest functions as a desk rather than the luggage/furniture conbination of its predecessors. The piece is made from maple and teak veneer along with plywood, white oak and brass. The finish is oil and shellac.

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Windsor High Chair

Windsor High Chair

This Windsor-style high chair features a continuous arm that slides over a tabletop. A strap can be used around the spindles to keep the child safely in the chair. It is made from maple, pine and red oak and finished with linseed oil.

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Victorian-style Washstand

Victorian-style Washstand

This Victorian-style washstand is made from cherry and maple. Simple embellishments include the inlay on the knobs and drawer fronts along with front legs in the shape of bass and treble clefs. The piece is finished with diluted cherry stain, tung oil and wax.

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Birdcage Windsor Side Chair

Birdcage Windsor Side Chair

This Windsor adaption features a false miter joing between the crest rail and post, a seat with a gutter, and a painting technique that mimics bamboo. The chair is made of maple, eastern white pine, and red oak. The finish is milk paint covered with penetrating oil.

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Federal-style Card Table

Federal-style Card Table

This Federal-style card table is an interpretation of the New York and Baltimore styles. The top features pie-shaped crotch mahogany veneer with acorn-style inlay. Over 200 hours was put into the creation of the table. It has a french polish finish.

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Regency-style Armchair

Regency-style Armchair

Erpelding’s updated version of the English Regency-style chair in maple and ebony inlay.

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Crescent Desk

Crescent Desk

Erpelding’s crescent desk borrows design elements of Regency-style commodes, popular in 18th-century furniture making. His updated version uses maple, ebony and ebonized inlay. The stringing patterns, though contemporary, are typical of the period.

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Federal-style Sideboard

Federal-style Sideboard

Loran Smith crafted this Federal-style sideboard from mahogany. The piece features makore banding and maple stringing.

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Bowsaws

Bowsaws

Buckner’s bowsaws are based on an English design and made from curly maple, kingwood, pear and oak. The two pieces are finished with shellac.

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Pencil-Post Bed

Pencil-Post Bed

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.

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