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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...
I absolutely love the 18th century woodblock prints from the great master Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) showing the force of nature and the beauty of Mt. Fuji.
Here is a jewelry box which...
30 years after I started service with the Marines my son elected to serve. Now a scout sniper platoon commander scheduled to deploy to Afganistan, this was made to honor our generational bonds...
After building the tool chest, I didn't get the sense of fulfillment I imagined incorporating the usual woodworking techniques like joinery. But I did enjoy all the decorative work. The next leg of...
This is the same style of box. One with & without carving & marquetry. The Hardwood is out of Africa Mahogany & Ebony. The marquetry is out of Maple Burl, Ebony, Bloodwood, Walnut...
People always say the next generation is the most rebellious, revolutionary, and sometimes out of touch. Well, I like to think of myself as two of those. I am a 16 year old aspiring woodworker...
My wife has been after me to make a box to keep all her cross stitching supplies in. The boxis a cube 17" square with the feet height of 7/8" and extending beyond the cube 3/8" on each side. It will...
This box is made of Walnut, Alder, figured Maple, Macassar Ebony, and Padauk.
This is a box that was inspired by visiting the lilly pond at Longwood Gardens in Pa. The curly maple is solid with ebony inserts, I veenered the top and did the marquetry.
This 54" diameter table top has Maple, Birch, & Ebony. I cut the parquetry with a scalpel, using the "Window Method"
Made out of solid Ribbion stripped Mahogany, & Ebony for the hardwood. And Bloodwood, Myrtle Burl, Walnut, & Edbony for the marquetry. Size is 9" wide x 13" long x 5 1/2" tall.
This is a collectors cabinet popular in Europe during the 1700's. Many different different techniques such as mold making, boulle marquetry, composition ornament were used. I cover all these at Marc...
Why is it called "Poor Man's Ruhlmann"? I used recomposed ebony versus the real thing ($2 sf vs $14), PVC instead of ivory, Mother of Pearl sheets instead of solid pearl, and poplar legs.
Maker: Ed Stuckey
Dimensions: 36” in diameter (open) and 28” high.
Description: 18th Century Federal Card Table.
Primary woods: solid wood...
This box is for my wife, it is made out of Walnut,Alder,Macassar Ebony,Curly Maple and Padauk. I thought I'd use up some scraps. It is finished with Watco oil.
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