October 24, 2012
Updated version of the Shaker apothecary table in maple, bird’s-eye maple veneer, and poplar. Handmade cocobolo pulls complete the piece. It is finished with shellac and varnish.
Bird’s 18th-century pipe box is made from curly maple and poplar. it is finished with aniline dye and shellac.
Tischler’s dresser features a myriad of design elements - graduated drawers, book-matched drawer fronts, chamfered edges, string inlay, and hand-carved pulls. It uses a variety of woods, such as Brazilian…
Based on the drawings of Thomas Moser, Dumke made this Shaker tall chest of cherry and poplar. it has a tung oil finish.
Beach’s Chippendale-style highboy in black walnut. The piece has a shellac and wax finish.
Arnold’s chest of drawers in made from cherry, figured maple, and poplar. It features maple cockbeading around the drawer fronts and is finished with seedlac shellac.
Schurch’s unique spinning cabinet features an intricate marquetry design done with eight differenct hardwoods.
Buentello’s drum table of mahogany, poplar, and rosewood is based on an original drawing by Lance Patterson. The finish is French-polished shellac.
McCaffery’s miniature reproduction of the yacht, the Coronet, is made from poplar, cherry, and apple wood. The piece was built to a scale of 3/8 in. = 1 ft.
Latta’s Sheraton-style table is crafted from walnut, figured walnut and poplar. The piece features a traditional dovetailed front drawer with brass hardware. It is finished with shellac.
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