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I perform this Maloof inspired walnut rocker with some luck, and some personal detail add on.
It take 200H..
Finish with Danish oil and oil-wax.
Dr Richard Zimmermann-Belgium
A client recently asked about using the classic Shaker candlestand design and sizing it up to be a small dining table, or as he called it a "cafe table." I had never heard of this done before, so you...
Hi Folks, This is a Lamp I made from some left overs. The main 3 legs are brown Ebony and the pieces diving these are cocobolo, as is the top piece above the shade. Thelamp shade is Maple Veneer. I...
Frustrated by a poorly designed turning, I set out to turn my own improved honey dipper.
Fun on the lathe... a bowl built up from walnut, maple, purpleheart, yellowheart and a sapele lip.
Tough work turning the end grain however very pleased with the outcome.
The Taller Sister is the first of a series of pieces taken from the same tree. It is hollow-turned on a Nova DVR lathe using a SuperNova chuck.
This piece was the second, after "The Taller Sister" in a series of turnings taken from the same tree. The materials are spalted maple, mahogany, ebony, and makore.
Segmented Bowl in Florida Cherry and Tiger Stripe Maple.
Finished in a combination of Linseed oil and Polyureathane, thinned with Mineral Spirits.
Topped with two coats of Crystl Wax.
We saw the chair on the left at a big Shaker auction in June. As a "production chair," one of thousands the Shakers made for the general public, it should not have commanded a terribly high price. We...
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This tavern table was copied from Wallace Nutting's Furniture of the Pilgrim Century.
According to Nutting's book, the height of this circa 1690 - 1720 table is 24 1/2 inches, the top is 16 inches by...
Several years ago I bought a walnut slab from a sawyer in Missouri. I looked at it for several years, off-and-on, and a couple of months ago put it in my shop. Having nothing wide enough to flatten...
Except for its drawer innards (poplar), this table was made from a single board, an exceptional piece of curly maple I got from Kevin Koski (www.curlymaplewood.com) in Williamsfield, OH. Kevin's an...
My granddaughter, age 6, was visiting and wanted us to make something together in my workshop. Of course she wanted it all to happen instantly, so I put a piece of scrap in my lathe and hoped an idea...
Windor arm chair, carved volutes on end of crest rail and hand holds, milk paint finish followed by oil topcoat, Legs and stretchers are maple, spindles and bent parts are red oak, seat is pine.
this is my dream shop it is 24'x45' it is a project of mine that hopefully will soon come true! i've placed the machinery in order that will work for me. i design and build to others specs, i also...
This shop would be our attic. the walls are slanted, so table top tools work best for storing, and have floor space. This also allows me to stock lumber on the shorter knee walls. So far...
The inspiration for “Ripple” came from my younger years of growing up in a small town along the shores of Green Bay up in Wisconsin. Every Sunday in summer was spent at Grandma and...
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