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Floating Wine Holder

Floating Wine Holder

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I made this floating wine holder for my dad, and it turned out really good.  All it is is a 1 x 4 with a 27 degree bevel and a 1 1/2" hole, making a great project for children or a beginner...

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Ludwig

Ludwig

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I carved this for a client in Japan who wanted a picture of something to do with music to put by her piano. I had a 1" thick cabinet door made out of plywood. I never carved plywood before but I...

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Birch Shaker Clock

Birch Shaker Clock

Woodworker: Martin J. MilkovitsThe original of this Shaker clock was made by Elder Micajah Tucker (1764–1848) of the Canterbury Shakers, and is an unusually ornate design by Shaker standards...

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Victorian Dollhouse Sculpture

Victorian Dollhouse Sculpture

Woodworker: Benoit ChasséInspired by an old Victorian building in Montreal, Benoit Chassé originally built this piece (9-3/4 in. deep by 52-3/8 in. wide by 43 in. tall) to store 450 cassette tapes...

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Greene-and-Greene-inspired Built-in

Greene-and-Greene-inspired Built-in

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Woodworker: Neil KnechtThis Greene-and-Greene-inspired piece may look like a freestanding cabinet, but it’s actually a built-in. Knecht needed the depth to store stereo components, so he recessed...

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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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Art Deco China Cabinet

Art Deco China Cabinet

Woodworker: Steve Holman Holman designed this china cabinet to match an existing Art Deco sideboard that was built between 1920 and 1940, he estimates. From the sideboard, he lifted the shapes of the...

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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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Copper Cabinet-on-Stand

Copper Cabinet-on-Stand

Woodworker: Michael J. Boillot Boillot crafted this cabinet on stand as part of a free-form design class at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Maine. Since he works as a jeweler, the copper...

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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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Marquetry Chest on Stand

Marquetry Chest on Stand

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Woodworker: Chuck SharbaughSharbaugh is not afraid to turn to unorthodox sources for inspiration. He used shapes from a local steel structure near a harbor in this piece (20-1/2 in. deep by 46 in...

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African Ribbon Mahogany Settee

African Ribbon Mahogany Settee

Woodworker: Kevin Crowe Crowe, a Springfield High School student, spent 200 hours creating this settee that his mom taught to upholster. Crowe used African ribbon mahogany, walnut Minwax stain, and...

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Cherry-and-Poplar Sideboard

Cherry-and-Poplar Sideboard

Woodworker: Chris Bartels Bartels, of Springfield High School, reproduced this cherry-and-poplar sideboard for his mother, fine-tuning the design to her specifications. The finish is a 50/50 mix of...

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Tiger Maple Federal-Style Game Table

Tiger Maple Federal-Style Game Table

Woodworker: Brianna Rhodes Rhodes, just 15 years old, has been woodworking in the Leipsic 4-H club since she was 7. Her father, a cabinetmaker by trade, has been a big influence. This tiger maple...

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Lonnie Bird’s Pennsylvania Secretary

Lonnie Bird’s Pennsylvania Secretary

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Woodworker: Bob Steve Steve built this secretary from Lonnie Bird’s “18th-century Pennsylvania Secretary” plans (FWW #154-156). He finished the cherry piece with cherry stain and waterbased...

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White Oak Desk

White Oak Desk

Woodworker: Steven Kessler To make this desk, Kessler modified plans for a Roycroft lady’s writing desk. He finished the quartersawn white oak with Jeff Jewitt’s Arts and Crafts finishing...

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Chippendale Side Chair Reproduction

Chippendale Side Chair Reproduction

Woodworker: Tony Kubalak The quality, variety, and number of carved elements make this reproduction of a Chippendale side chair the most ambitious project Kubalak has done to date. The knee carving...

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Bentwood Rocking Chair

Bentwood Rocking Chair

Woodworker: Bruce K. Brown Brown's Bentwood Rocker is the culmination of three years of trial-and-error to perfect a comfortable design and that rocks well. The curvy lines of his father's insignia...

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Country Hutch

Country Hutch

Woodworker: Martin J. Milkovits As a busy furniture-maker, Milkovits rarely gets time to build anything for himself but did make room in his schedule for this country-style hutch. He designed it to...

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Charleston Chest of Drawers Reproduction

Charleston Chest of Drawers Reproduction

Woodworker: Terry R. Candee Candee's chest of drawers is a reproduction of a 1775 piece he saw in The Furniture of Charleston, 1680-1820, by Bradford L. Rauschenberg and John Bivins Jr. The chest is...

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