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Hepplewhite Serpentine Chest of Drawers

Hepplewhite Serpentine Chest of Drawers

Woodworker: Eric OranskyOransky based this reproduction of a Hepplewhite serpentine chest of drawers on a piece made in the late 1700s in New England. He created a scaled drawing of the piece...

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Newport Bureau

Newport Bureau

Woodworker: Pete MichelinieThis mahogany and poplar desk (20-1/2-in. deep by 36-1/2-in. wide by 32-3/4-in. tall) is a reproduction of a Newport block-front kneehole bureau attributed to Edmund...

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Double Oxbow Salem Secretary

Double Oxbow Salem Secretary

Woodworker: J. Albert Hudson Hudson was so inspired by the double oxbow Salem secretary in Home Furniture #7 that he vowed to reproduce it. Twelve years later, at the age of 88, he did just that...

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Block-Front Chest

Block-Front Chest

Woodworker: Roland Benjamin Patterned after the block-front style of chest developed in Newport, R.I., this version was inspired by a photo in Nutting's Furniture Treasury. The original was made in...

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Tit for Tat Tables

Tit for Tat Tables

Woodworker: Kimberly Winkle These tables (16 in. dia. by 22 in. tall), called “Tit for Tat,” are made of poplar, and mahogany offcuts from a guitar manufacturer. Winkle used spindle-turning and...

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Wave Chest

Wave Chest

Woodworker: John P. McCormackMcCormack designed this chest to display a sea-form glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly. The chest’s rippled surfaces and milk-paint colors play on the ocean theme but...

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Cogswell Bombé Chest Reproduction

Cogswell Bombé Chest Reproduction

Woodworker: John P. McCormack McCormack built this piece as a student at the North Bennet Street School. He based it on a John-Cogswell-attributed chest in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston collection...

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Chess Table

Chess Table

Woodworker: Bert Wortel Turnings, carvings, and inlay adorn this small chess table. Wortel crafted the board with solid wood with squares of holly and Peruvian walnut. He turned and carved...

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Mahogany Bombé Chest of Drawers

Mahogany Bombé Chest of Drawers

Woodworker: Frank Woolley Woolley estimates he invested more than 1,500 hours making this bombé chest of drawers. About 570 hours went into the actual construction and 180 hours into the finishing...

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Mahogany German Kas

Mahogany German Kas

Woodworker: Shannon Kane Kane, of Springfield High School, challenged her skills by reproducing this mahogany and poplar armoire that she spotted in a Sotheby's catalog. She used a semi-gloss Deft...

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Brazilian Rose - Demilune Table

Brazilian Rose - Demilune Table

Woodworker: Russell Garcia-Lechelt Garcia-Lechelt's demilune table won first place in the Traditional Woodworking furniture category at the 2007 Design in Wood competition organized by the San Diego...

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Newport Mahogany Tall Clock

Newport Mahogany Tall Clock

Woodworker: John McAlister McAlister, the 2001 recipient of the Society of American Furniture Makers’ Cartouche Award for lifetime achievement, made this mahogany and poplar Newport clock for his...

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Hepplewhite Sideboard Table

Hepplewhite Sideboard Table

Woodworker: Chris Burtis While attending the North Bennet Street School in Boston, Burtis chose to make a project that incorporated techniques he wanted to learn--string inlaying, veneering, banding...

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Newport-Style Kneehole Desk

Newport-Style Kneehole Desk

Woodworker: Alan Turner This Newport-style kneehole desk is modeled after an original attributed to Edmund Townsend (circa 1760s) which is in the Rhode Island School of Design Museum. As on...

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Decorative Pedestal Table

Decorative Pedestal Table

Woodworker: Anthony Hayzen Hayzen's pedestal table serves as a canvas for his decorative veneer work. The six-sided pedestal is made of poplar, while the tabletop and base are made of mediumdensity...

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Honduras Mahogany Sideboard

Honduras Mahogany Sideboard

Woodworker: Pat Megowan While building this sideboard during a 12-week intensive course at The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Maine, Megowan grew so frustrated that he twice thought about...

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Comb-back Windsor Chair

Comb-back Windsor Chair

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Woodworker: Fred Shindle This comb-back Windsor is based on the speaker's chair built for The Carpenters' Company, a trade guild, and used at the meeting of the First Continental Congress in 1774 at...

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French Tea Tables

French Tea Tables

Woodworker: Kenneth Stover These tea tables have a dominant Louis XIV lineage, but Stover adapted the inlay in the tops directly from a music stand (circa 1770-75) attributed to noted 18thcentury...

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Chippendale Pembroke Table

Chippendale Pembroke Table

Woodworker: Tom Witzig Tables in Albert Stack's The New Fine Points of Furniture and in a Master Class article by Eugene Landon ( Fine Woodworking #151 ) inspired Tom Witzig to create his own...

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Queen Anne Lowboy

Queen Anne Lowboy

Woodworker: Tom Witzig A lowboy on the cover of Jeffrey Greene's book American Furniture of the 18th Century inspired this Queen Anne-style table by Tom Witzig. Witzig added personal touches...

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