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Blanket chest

Blanket chest

Black walnut trim on oak box. All from rough lumber. Finger joints add visual interest. Cedar lined. Torsion hinges.

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Real Antique Wood Mill Shop

Real Antique Wood Mill Shop

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(973)923-3273 We have more than one million board feet of reclaimed antique barn wood, wide plank flooring, siding, beams, & barn doors in stock. We dismantle, mill, install every product we sell...

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papas shop

papa's shop

My shop is on the main floor of  a dedicated building.   I have a full metal shop on the lower floor where my dust collector and compressor live.  I like to have multiple...

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Large Jewelry Armoire

Large Jewelry Armoire

Red Oak with two mirrors, holds lots of jewelry

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Chest with a workspace

Chest with a workspace

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84L 36W 39H 13 Wood species used from local logger, Self Air dried, Salvaged stairs and pallets. 8 Months to complete. Demountable for easier transport.  

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Jewelry Box

Jewelry Box

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A Jewelry Box made as a gift for my friend on her 19th birthday. 

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Blanket Chest

Blanket Chest

A raised panel blanket chest done in red oak with hand carved tree designs in both end panels. Stiffeners are attached using a tapered sliding dovetail.

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Wood working hand tool box

Wood working hand tool box

Wood working chest designed for hand tools

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Toy Chest

Toy Chest

Build this oak toy chest for my neice. The chest is stained with a Red Oak stain and treated with 3 coats of poly on the outside and shellac on the inside. The top is painted with an acrylic paint...

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Oak Chest

Oak Chest

Chest made for a family member from Red Oak, has old style Iron hardware and sliding trays for items

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Blanket Chest

Blanket Chest

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This blanket chest is pretty basic. I've actually made two of them, one as a wedding gift for my sister-in-law and another as a Christmans present for my brother. I used red oak, purchased from a home center. My goal was to create continuous grain around the entire chest, so I opted to use a basic rabbet joint to connect the front, back and sides. I reinforced the joint with screws and covered the holes with grain-matched plugs. For the hinges, I used a combination hinge and lid support, which prevents the lid from crashing down on unsuspecting users.

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