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Greene and Greene Inspired Chair

Greene and Greene Inspired Chair

Having some free time over the holidays, I decided to build my first chair.  It borrows heavily from the Greene and Greene design vocabulary and includes leg details from the Blacker House living...

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Arts and Crafts sideboard

Arts and Crafts sideboard

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This Honduras mahogany sideboard is designed in an arts and crafts tradition. As noted in the photo captions, I started the design with variations on a long slow curve (seen in Harvey Ellis' work as...

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Furniture Student Builds Reproduction of Emily Dickinsons Bureau

Furniture Student Builds Reproduction of Emily Dickinson's Bureau

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A young furniture maker gets in touch with the past, and helps reconstruct Emily Dickinson's bedroom.

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Birds of the Bible

Birds of the Bible

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This is a gilded frame and base for my wife's painting "Birds of the Bible" which depicts the 33 different birds mentioned in the bible. The mural is over 9' wide X 8' tall in 10 sections within 3...

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Liars Dice Game Boxs

Liars Dice Game Box's

New dice boxes built for Christmas 2014.

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small cherry cabinet

small cherry cabinet

this maple burl & cherry cabinet is 15" deepx 24" wide 36" tall  and is finished in shellac to see more of my work visit www.Andersonwoodwork.net

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Cherry Kitchen Cabinets using Kreg Jig

Cherry Kitchen Cabinets using Kreg Jig

Cherry finished with Boiled Linseed Oil, 2 coats Dark GARNET Shellac and 3 ooats Polyuretane. Photo 3 is a sideboard located in the Dining Room. I used a Kreg Jig and used pocket hole construction.

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Queen Anne Dressing Table

Queen Anne Dressing Table

Queen Anne Dressing Table, in cherry. Brasses by Ball and Ball, poplar secondary wood. Finish is BLO followed by orange shellac and one coat of low lustre lacquer.

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5 Legged Table

5 Legged Table

This was a fun little project.  I made it upon request for my temple, with the 5 legs representing Jewish values.  I didn't have very much time, as I would have liked to taper the legs and make the...

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Room Divider

Room Divider

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Overal size is 185x100x25 cm. By cutting out three equal sections in each board starting at 30 cm in from the end, the four bendable strips were thus left. The tricky part was fitting the shelves...

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Oneida Air Systems Awards Woodworking Students

Oneida Air Systems Awards Woodworking Students

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Two students receive the OAS Future Craftsmen Scholarship.

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Mahogany Segmented Bowl

Mahogany Segmented Bowl

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This is my first attempt at a segmented bowl.  It's constructed of mahogany, with ebony, bloodwood and maple accents.  The stringing design in the bottom is bloodwood, ebony, and holly.  The 132"...

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Boxes

Boxes

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Since my pile of cut off lumber has slowly started to take over the shop I thought I would build a few boxes with it and practice some techniques that I have wanted to try. It is also a great way to...

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Contemporary Tool Cabinet

Contemporary Tool Cabinet

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This tool cabinet was inspired by Mark Laub's work. It is made from birdseye maple and mahogany. All the dovetails were hand cut and so were the tennons. Finished with Shellac 44"H x 55" W x 14" D.

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Chippendale Miniature Blanket Chest

Chippendale Miniature Blanket Chest

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Photographed and measured from the original at an antiques shop in Chester Co., PA.  Primary wood: Walnut  Secondary: White Pine Features include a till, cock beaded drawers, and ogee bracket...

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Maple and Walnut Blanket Box

Maple and Walnut Blanket Box

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Blanket Box for my daughter. Walnut frame and maple panels. Finished with shellac. Aromatic cedar inside.

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Oak TV Stand

Oak TV Stand

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I made the TV cabinet from Red Oak. I cut the raised panels for the doors on the tablesaw. I also turned the bun feet on the lathe. The finish is shellac and satin poly. There is also a 6 inch deep...

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A Beginners Mitered Box

A Beginner's Mitered Box

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A novice's attempt at design and execution.

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Nephews baby crib

Nephew's baby crib

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My brother asked me if I had any interest in making a crib for him and his wife once he'd found out she was expecting in December of 2012. This was my first attempt at furniture. I was in my...

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c.1790 gooseneck hanging bookcase

c.1790 gooseneck hanging bookcase

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This piece is a reproduction of a c.1790 New England hanging bookcase, which I found in an issue of Antiques and Fine Art Magazine. I chose it for its rather odd proportions (i.e. the gooseneck...

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