Blanket Box for my daughter. Walnut frame and maple panels.
Finished with shellac. Aromatic cedar inside.
Blanket Chest from FWW #203 just a bit shorter with only one panel on each side. It is made from cherry and maple. I finished it with shellac and wipe on poly.
This is my first attempt at a chest and...
Small veneered box made with cutoffs.
Nice break to build something small after building something big.
ROOSEVELT BOURBON TABLE
Materials: Maple Burl, Zebrawood, Steel
Dimensions: 25"L x 19"W x 24"H
Finish: Hand-rubbed oil (fully cured), shellac, and spray lacquer for added durability...
Cherry legs, maple and poplar frame using mortise and tenon joinery. Fabric is Historic Deerfield Flame Stitch.
Glove box of Maple and Morado.Handcut dovetails.Workshop-cut Morado veneer.French lacquered top.Mobile compartments.Carnauba and Beeswax finish.
Made with handtools.
Dimensions : 6.5" x 14" x...
I first came across Garrett Hack's work when I joined finewoodworking.com a couple of years ago. His small hand plane tool cabinet was something I had always wanted to build. So when my beautiful...
These pieces were created mainly with hand tools. The finish includes sumi ink, oil pastel (red portions), gold leaf, and amber shellac. The inspiration comes from Japanese cultural concepts such as...
I have always wanted to build a Krenov Cabinet and the chance came to build a new display cabinet. It is made of curly maple which was tricky to work with.
I followed the article in FWW208...
Woodworker: Nicholas NelsonWinner of Best in Show, this curved cabinet was inspired by the coastal scenery of British Columbia. Nelson said he designed it to convey a sense of motion. The cabinet 13...
Spalted Maple and jatoba 40-1/2 inch x 16-1/2 inch x 31 inch tall with a shellac finnish
built by Anderson Woodworks Olympia wa
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