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Sycamore table

Sycamore table

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Made out of quartersawn sycamore that was resawn. 32" tall 36" long and about 15" wide. Two-sided tapers below the shelf, two coats of dewaxed shellac, plus one coat of wipe-on polyurethane. The...

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Armoire

Armoire

My daughter, wanting a unique clothing storage cabinet, asked for and I responded designing and making this Armoire. The Armoire was fabricated uing 4/4 quartersawn white oak structure with 1/4" oak...

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For Frank

"For Frank"

I was very lucky this summer to have toured Frank Llyod Wright’s Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin. The house and property are absolutely breathtaking. While on the tour of the main house...

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Faster

"Faster"

“Faster” started as a need for a simpler box that still closely followed a design aspect. It is the first in a series of boxes based on speed. The body is made from East Indian Rosewood...

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Lattice Side Table

Lattice Side Table

Description:   Modern Lattice Side Table Wanting a unique side table compatible with my entertainment center, I designed and made this table. The table was fabricated using 4/4 quartersawn...

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Talon

"Talon"

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The main design element around "Talon" was a Griffin.  A very fun build itwas. The body of “Talon” is constructed of Wenge. While still in its square form I placed in all the...

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Cabinet, Entertainment Center

Cabinet, Entertainment Center

Name:      Don Riley, Lt. Col. USAF Retired Address:  217 Curtis Boulevard, Marietta, Ohio, 45750-2218 Daytime telephone number:   nbsp740...

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Arts and Crafts Style Panel Bed

Arts and Crafts Style Panel Bed

Watch as John W. Nixon from Eagle Lake Woodworking builds an Arts and Crafts style panel bed from quartersawn white oak using frame and panel construction, and through mortise and tenon joinery.

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Arts and Crafts style Round Table - Stickley #603

Arts and Crafts style Round Table - Stickley #603

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The video series shows the build of two tables in parallel to illustrate the differences in materials and construction. The outcome of both tables is meant to be nearly identical, but in the process of creating the imposter, I show some nice ways to get the authentic look using different techniques and materials.

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