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Contemporary Tool Cabinet

Contemporary Tool Cabinet

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This tool cabinet was inspired by Mark Laub's work. It is made from birdseye maple and mahogany. All the dovetails were hand cut and so were the tennons. Finished with Shellac 44"H x 55" W x 14" D.

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Maple and Walnut Blanket Box

Maple and Walnut Blanket Box

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Blanket Box for my daughter. Walnut frame and maple panels. Finished with shellac. Aromatic cedar inside.

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A Beginners Mitered Box

A Beginner's Mitered Box

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A novice's attempt at design and execution.

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Blanket Chest

Blanket Chest

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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...

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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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Roosevelt Bourbon Table

Roosevelt Bourbon Table

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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...

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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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Handskeboks Box

Handskeboks Box

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...

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Cabinet inspired by Garrett Hack

Cabinet inspired by Garrett Hack

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...

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Ginkgo Chairs, Kotatsu Table, and Shodo Shelf

Ginkgo Chairs, Kotatsu Table, and Shodo Shelf

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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...

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Krenov cabinet

Krenov cabinet

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...

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Curved Cabinet-on-Stand

Curved Cabinet-on-Stand

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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...

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Spalted Maple and jatoba Hall  Table

Spalted Maple and jatoba Hall Table

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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Fort Bragg Wall Cabinet

Fort Bragg Wall Cabinet

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Woodworker: Johnny Williams "The instructor’s rules said to keep it small, solid, simple, and sweet," Williams says, describing this wall cabinet (7-1/8-in. deep by 26-1/4-in. wide by 778in...

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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...

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Willard-Inspired Clock

Willard-Inspired Clock

Woodworker: David S. BeachWhen designing this curly maple tall clock (12 in. deep by 21 in. wide by 94 in. tall), Beach and his client took elements from clocks found in The Willard House and Clock...

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Strummers Stool

Strummers Stool

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Woodworker: Matthew LindsayWith design guidance from instructors Tim Rousseau and Adrian Ferrazzutti, Lindsay built this "Strummer’s Stool" (17 in. deep by 14 in. wide by 35 in. tall) during the...

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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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Floating-Top Hall Table

Floating-Top Hall Table

Woodworker: Mike Harris Harris took the opportunity to make this hall table, a design he’d wanted to tackle for some time. Because he had never done inlay before, he said that was the most...

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Boulle Marquetry Cabinet

Boulle Marquetry Cabinet

Woodworker: John Kettman For this sideboard Kettman used the Boulle technique of cutting marquetry, which creates two sets of veneers at once, a positive and a negative. The result is two pieces of...

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