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Queen Anne Candle Stand

Queen Anne Candle Stand

This walnut candle stand features cabriole legs with snake feet and a super piece of crotch walnut for the top milled from a blowdown from my brother's back yard. 19" dia. x 28 1/2" h

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Chest of drawers.

Chest of drawers.

A seven drawer chest of my own design.  The design is based on the classic semainier chest of drawers and is a fusion featuring cabriol legs and veneered sides.  To soften the bulk of the 2 in. x...

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Secretary Desk on Stand

Secretary Desk on Stand

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This Secretary Desk is made from Walnut and Zebrawood. The front two legs have ball and claw style feet and the skirting has two large hand carved fans in the front. the Hardware is Italian and it...

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Secretary Desk with Bookshelf top

Secretary Desk with Bookshelf top

This Secretary desk is made from Cherry and the secondary wood is poplar. The hadware is Italian made and it has 2 large fans carved into the doors. Finished with 4 coats of sprayed on polyurethane

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Mahogany Lowboy

Mahogany Lowboy

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This lowboy was inspired by a Dunlap highboy. Made of mahogany and poplar. Complete with Horton Brass, ball and claw feet, dovetailed drawers, and 3 fans. Finished with 7 coats of Shellac  33" H x...

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Entrance furniture

Entrance furniture

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A little cabinet to store shoes in a small entrance way.

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Small dovetailed Chest

Small dovetailed Chest

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Cherry, with breadboard ends on the top, Holly escutcheon, ogee bracket feet. Finish is BLO followed by orange shellac followed by one coat of 10 degree lacquer.

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Massachusetts tea table

Massachusetts tea table

Cherry, finish is BLO followed by orange shellac followed by one coat of 10 degree lacquer. Based on tables by Norm Vandal, Lonnie Bird and Glen Huey.

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Queen Anne Lowboy

Queen Anne Lowboy

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Bundschuh studied Queen Anne design and combined different features to produce this cherry Queen Anne lowboy.

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Mary Lees Tiger Maple Queen Ann Desk

Mary Lee's Tiger Maple Queen Ann Desk

This is a desk that I built for my favorite youngest daughter Mary Lee.... It is made of Tiger Maple, with a water based die, and a hand rubbed  wax shellack finish... It also has built in secret...

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Queen Anne Pennsylvania Secretary

Queen Anne Pennsylvania Secretary

Woodworker: Eddie Austin Austin built this Queen Anne Pennsylvania secretary as his senior project at the University of Rio Grande, in Ohio. The walnut and walnut burl veneer piece is 21 in. deep by...

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Queen Anne Lowboy in Mahogany

Queen Anne Lowboy in Mahogany

Woodworker: Philip C. Lowe Lowe crafted this mahogany lowboy for an article in Fine Woodworking (FWW #200). It's not an exact reproduction, but it captures the spirit of the early pieces. It combines...

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Crotch-Mahogany Queen Anne High Boy

Crotch-Mahogany Queen Anne High Boy

Woodworker: Billy B. McLaughlinMcLaughlin's inspiration for this piece came from a plain-front Queen Anne highboy he saw in a client's house. He decided to reproduce the piece, modifying it with a...

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Porringer-Top Tea Table

Porringer-Top Tea Table

Woodworker: Dan Faia Dan Faia built this Queen Anne porringer-style table (FWW, June 2007) based on a design he saw in an antiques catalog. The original was built in Wethersfield, Conn. between 1740...

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Queen Anne Lowboy in Mesquite

Queen Anne Lowboy in Mesquite

Woodworker: Jim Waner Waner makes furniture from logs salvaged after east Texas tornadoes or otherwise destined for the fireplace. This Queen Anne lowboy was made from a large mesquite stump that he...

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Queen Anne Bureau Cabinet

Queen Anne Bureau Cabinet

Woodworker: John Kettman Kettman reproduced this Queen Anne bureau cabinet from photographs of the 1710 original. In an effort to authentically replicate the piece, he employed the tools and...

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Philadelphia Side Chair

Philadelphia Side Chair

Woodworker: Eugene E. Landon Eugene Landon, one of the most prolific builders of authentic reproduction furniture, recreated this Philadelphia side chair representing the high point of Colonial Queen...

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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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Queen Anne Highboy

Queen Anne Highboy

Woodworker: Gerald Curry The Massachusetts highboy upon which Curry based this reproduction is in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The identity of its maker is known-it was built by Ebenezer...

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Philadelphia Queen Anne Arm Chair

Philadelphia Queen Anne Arm Chair

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Woodworker: Gerald Curry This arm chair is from a set of 10 chairs Curry built in 1980. Curry developed his skills as a carver simply by copying carvings he considered beautiful. "Copying carving is...

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