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Chess Table, Queen Style Base

Chess Table, Queen Style Base

This is a table that I made 15 years ago for a designer here locally. The table was designed to have their last name initial "W" cut into the two sides of the table top in opposing woods. I cut all...

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c. 1690 tavern table

c. 1690 tavern table

This tavern table was copied from Wallace Nutting's Furniture of the Pilgrim Century. According to Nutting's book, the height of this circa 1690 - 1720 table is 24 1/2 inches, the top is 16 inches by...

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Shaker Table, curly maple

Shaker Table, curly maple

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Except for its drawer innards (poplar), this table was made from a single board, an exceptional piece of curly maple I got from Kevin Koski (www.curlymaplewood.com) in Williamsfield, OH. Kevin's an...

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Tilt top tables

Tilt top tables

A pair of walnut tilt top tables. One has a round dished top, done on the lathe, the other has an elliptical top bevelled underneath to reduce the apparent thickness of the top. Both have latches...

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Walnut Coffee Table

Walnut Coffee Table

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This table was designed and built as part of my second semester at the Sheridan College (Oakville, ON, Canada) furniture design program. We were tasked to create a table with a drawer under 6 sq ft...

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My students works

My students works

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Hello everyone; I've been absent from these pages for a while as I've been shepherding my students here and I feel like a proud father. I'm showing off a selection of their work all designed and...

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Shaker style dining table

Shaker style dining table

Made of solid Cherry, my own design, sits 4 without extensions, up to 8 with two extensions (not shown on photos).  The legs were inspired from the table shown on the Plesant Hill...

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Shaker-style end table

Shaker-style end table

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This Shaker-style end table (see Christian Becksvoort's article in Fine Woodworking #210) is the first piece of furniture I completed. It is made of cherry (curly cherry for the top) and poplar...

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Daves Workshop

Dave's Workshop

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After I retired I moved to Muskoka and built my 28 x 40 dream shop. It has hydronic radiant floor heating that keeps me warm in the winter and a 10 foot ceiling that allows for larger...

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LV Coffee Table

LV Coffee Table

I have had these large maple burl veneers for a long time and I knew they were going to be a table top. Well, their time has come after 12 years or so of waiting in the veneer shed. They sure are...

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Eagle claw and ball table

Eagle claw and ball table

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Just prove to myself that I could do it, ( and really because my mortage payment and my family holiday depended on it) I accepted the commission to make this dining table and the buffet to go with...

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TEMPLE dining table

"TEMPLE" dining table

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This was such a lovely piece of wood. Olive ash from a private school in Devon, England. The school was sold to a family who didn't want the tree and ordered its cutting I went there and bought the...

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Robbies Woodshop

Robbie's Woodshop

I would start off by saying that this shop would be my dream work shop because I would use every tool listed on my plan to make varios projects.

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Shaker end table with shelf

Shaker end table with shelf

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Cherry occasional table built to fit a client's space. Turned legs with simple one-ring collar. Shelf built with breadboard ends to accommodate seasonal wood movement. Finished with Maloof tung...

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6 place dining suite

6 place dining suite

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They say that you can make anything you design - you can't design outside your own making skills. Thats all very well but this really made me scratch my head a while trying to work out how on earth I...

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RED N CURLY

RED 'N' CURLY

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This little fellow started out as a doodle and ended up as a table. Halfway through doodling I knew I was onto something good and so had to draw the other half. Thing was, how do I make itnbsp...

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hall table

hall table

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"We'd like something a little more modern," which considering that it came from an 82 year old gentelman was brave indeed. I'd made a hall mirror for Norman and his wife a couple of years earlier to...

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phranc

phranc

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This was a competition project while I was in college.  It was a lot of headaches and late nights trying to get the hinges to wall work out.  THe body is all American walnut and head is...

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Williamsburg, Day 3: Three projects in one day

Williamsburg, Day 3: Three projects in one day

On Day 3 of "Working Wood in the 18th Century," the presenters worked on three separate pieces, each showing the influence of Oriental imports on native furniture makers of the time.

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Shaker coffee table

Shaker coffee table

Shakers didn't have coffee tables. Probably didn't have coffee, either. But if they had I'm guessing this is what their coffee tables might have looked like. Built for the gallery show posted...

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