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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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Roosevelt Cigar Side Table

Roosevelt Cigar Side Table

ROOSEVELT CIGAR SIDE TABLE   Materials: Maple Burl, Zebrawood, Steel Dimensions:  13"L  x  11"W  x 13"H Finish:  Hand-rubbed oil (fully cured), shellac, and spray lacquer for added durability...

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Roosevelt Bourbon Side Table

Roosevelt Bourbon Side Table

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ROOSEVELT BOURBON SIDE 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...

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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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Walnut and Maple Rocker

Walnut and Maple Rocker

Woodworker: Robert Galusha This walnut and maple rocker, which won second place in the 2011 Texas Furniture Makers Show, is based on a dining chair that was a finalist in FWW’s maple buildoff...

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Backgammon Board

Backgammon Board

Woodworker: Eric McRory McRory built this backgammon board to play the game with his “little brother” in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. It was inspired by a design he saw in Fine...

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Skeleton Clock of Maple, Ebony, Poplar, and Holly

Skeleton Clock of Maple, Ebony, Poplar, and Holly

Woodworker: Charles MaxwellOn Charles Maxwell’s Cape Cod honeymoon 27 years ago, he and his wife saw a skeleton clock, and he vowed to make her one. In 2007 after retiring from the U.S. Navy...

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Phantom Urn

Phantom Urn

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Woodworker: James RomickRomick made this maple, walnut, wenge, and cherry vessel, the "Phantom Urn," as a gift for Howard McGillin for his record-setting 2,544th (and final) performance as the...

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Bent Maple Chair

Bent Maple Chair

Woodworker: Robert Galusha This chair was designed to be visually delicate yet have considerable strength. Galusha used a combination of steam-bending and laminating to achieve the fluid curves of...

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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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White Oak Blanket Chest

White Oak Blanket Chest

Woodworker: Jim Hoyne Jim Hoyne crafted this blanket chest to commemorate his daughter's college graduation. To create the piece, he used quartersawn white oak and incorporated maple inlay. Hoyne...

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Nine-Drawer Jewelry Box

Nine-Drawer Jewelry Box

Woodworker: Gregg Roth Gregg Roth and his father harvested the lumber he used for this cherry and red oak jewelry box project from land that they own. He milled and dried it and built the case as a...

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Spectrum: The Necessaries Chest

Spectrum: The Necessaries Chest

Woodworker: Mark Whitley Whitley riffed off the concept of a Shaker apothecary cabinet to create this chest of drawers. Each drawer is hand dovetailed and Whitley dyed the inside of each a graduated...

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A Study in Grain Direction

A Study in Grain Direction

Woodworker: Mike Greenberg Greenberg used this box to explore grain direction and design. He resawed cherry and bird’s-eye maple boards to achieve a continuous grain wrap around the box and a...

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Step Tansu in Cherry and Maple

Step Tansu in Cherry and Maple

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Woodworker: Matthew Stark Stark began woodworking at age 17, and 12 years later considers this Japanese step tansu to be a highlight of his career so far. Although he has built similar pieces while...

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Quilted Maple and Cocobolo Coffee Table

Quilted Maple and Cocobolo Coffee Table

Woodworker: Jeffrey Hills Hills designed and built this coffee table for clients who wanted a table with “lightness of presence.” The piece is made of quilted maple and cocobolo, and finished...

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Shaker Trestle Table and Benches

Shaker Trestle Table and Benches

Woodworker: Mark Lackley Lackley designed this tiger-maple table (36 in. deep by 84 in. wide by 30 in. tall) and benches (14 in. deep by 84 in. wide by 17 in. tall) to accommodate a family with four...

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Maple and Walnut Hall Table

Maple and Walnut Hall Table

Woodworker: David Tschirley Tschirley built this hall table for an auction at his son's Montessori school. He aimed to create a light and graceful feeling without using curves. The key design element...

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Icebox-Inspired Jewelry Box

Icebox-Inspired Jewelry Box

Woodworker: Chris Mann Mann made this jewelry box during a 12-week program at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Maine and named it "Icebox" after its design inspiration midcentury...

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Freestanding Tool Cabinet

Freestanding Tool Cabinet

Woodworker: Andy Rae Gracing the cover of Jim Tolpin's The Toolbox Book (1995, Taunton Press), Rae's freestanding tool cabinet has served him in the shop for more than 20 years, doling out handsaws...

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