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Three Surprises

Three Surprises

I hadn't intended on creating an Art Deco-inspired piece when I came up with the design of the liquor cabinet "Three Surprises", but it ended up that way. It is intended to house one's most precious...

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2 bowls

2 bowls

variation on a theme: mahagony, maple and walnut.  

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MY ROUTER LATHE

MY ROUTER LATHE

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 ROUTER LATHE

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Mahogany Segmented Bowl

Mahogany Segmented Bowl

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This is my first attempt at a segmented bowl.  It's constructed of mahogany, with ebony, bloodwood and maple accents.  The stringing design in the bottom is bloodwood, ebony, and holly.  The 132"...

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Another Maloof inspired Rocker

Another Maloof inspired Rocker

I live in Belgium - email : zrichard3@gmail.com

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Maple Vessel

Maple Vessel

Multi Axis Wood Turned Maple Vessel 6x4

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End Grain Hollowing Project: Turning an Egg Cup

End Grain Hollowing Project: Turning an Egg Cup

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Turning an egg cup is an excellent project for developing foundation skills in spindle turning and end-grain hollowing.

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A Chess Set For My Daughter

A Chess Set For My Daughter

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Last year, on the evening of December 23rd, my youngest daughter asked me for a chessboad for her Christmas present. I was able to bang out a very basic chessboard by Christmas morning. I told her...

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Tweaking a shaker table

Tweaking a shaker table

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Padauk pegs add a whimsical detail

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My First Segmented Bowl

My First Segmented Bowl

This was my first attempt at turning a segmented bowl. I attended a local guild meeting with a member of the Guild of NH Woodworkers. Claude Dupuis demostrated the process and I did some additional...

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Czappas Studio

Czappa's Studio

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That's my shop

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Greg Stewarts unorthodox Scottish shop.

Greg Stewart's unorthodox Scottish shop.

A very unorthodox setup for a shop none the less apart from hand tools its kind of workable in a h&s contravening haphazard way!A place to escape and create.   

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Robbies Woodshop

Robbie's Woodshop

I would start off by saying that this shop would be my dream work shop because I would use every tool listed on my plan to make varios projects.

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Chessboard Maple, Walnut, Paduak

Chessboard Maple, Walnut, Paduak

Walnut and maple pieces turned without a duplicator

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Inlayed Vase

Inlayed Vase

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I have been playing around with inlays for years. I enjoy the challenge and like the results of different woods combined.

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My Lair

My Lair

This is a reasonable facsimile of my workshop, though with limitations of the design software. The stand alone building is 24'x36' and includes a 12'x24' office that is not shown in this design...

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Curly Maple Bowl

Curly Maple Bowl

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This beautiful bowl was created my sophomore year at Appalachian State University and was my first wood turning project.  The bowl is turned from curly maple and finished with linseed oil.

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Thomas Jefferson Swivel Windsor Chair

Thomas Jefferson Swivel Windsor Chair

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Thomas Jefferson Swivel Windsor Chair. I made this pretty faithfully to the one Jefferson designed and used to write the first draft of the Declaration of Independence. I used plans made by Craig...

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Butterfly Tavern Table

Butterfly Tavern Table

Light Figure Tiger Maple Butterfly Tavern Table. Stained with aniline Dye, Shellac, and top coat of wax.

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Slant Lid Secretary and Thomas Jefferson Swivel Windsor Chair

Slant Lid Secretary and Thomas Jefferson Swivel Windsor Chair

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Made out of Tiger maple this secretary is a reproduction piece of one from the 18th century. It is finished with aniline dye Shellac, Glaze and a wax topcoat. The Jefferson Swivel is a replica of the...

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