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Mahogany Morris and Friend

Mahogany Morris and Friend

African Mahogany adds a bit of formality to this pair of Stickley icons. The striations and natural color variations of AM maintain the visual interest. Most of thetraditionaldetailssuch...

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Marthas Chair

Martha's Chair

It is the extensive use of hand work, files, rasps, and hand carving. On the machine side the table saw, router, sander, hand grinder, drill and wood lathe. I tried to get the highly figured wood to...

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Harp Chair

Harp Chair

I've loved this chair for years. This is a prototype. I maesured pictures and made 1/4" templates. Then I cut parts out of madrone and used the router and templates for final shape. When I got...

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Another Maloof inspired Rocker

Another Maloof inspired Rocker

I live in Belgium - email : zrichard3@gmail.com

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My take on Wegners classic Round Chair

My take on Wegner's classic Round Chair

I was so taken with the sweeping arms and back of Hans Wegner's Round Chair, that I had to incorporate them into a chair designed to match a new dining suite.  The chair blends the back and arms...

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Prairie Home Companions

Prairie Home Companions

A friend wanted a pair of craftsman style side chairs for his home's "day" room. I interested him in a design drawn from the Stickley 416 Prairie style with a few modifications readily developed...

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Upholstered Wing Chair

Upholstered Wing Chair

Cherry legs, maple and poplar frame using mortise and tenon joinery. Fabric is Historic Deerfield Flame Stitch.

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Windsor arm chair

Windsor arm chair

Windor arm chair, carved volutes on end of crest rail and hand holds, milk paint finish followed by oil topcoat, Legs and stretchers are maple, spindles and bent parts are red oak, seat is pine.

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Walnut and paduak dining table, bench and chairs

Walnut and paduak dining table, bench and chairs

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This was one of my early designs and builds and my first chair design from scratch. There were many plublic resources from the web that were used to influence the design style. All curved shaping was...

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Blue Chair

Blue Chair

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This chair started life as a mock up for a different design that features enameled wooden slats for the seat and back. I also had a bag of of factory second fishing stringers that a friend had given...

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Arts and Craft Dining Chairs

Arts and Craft Dining Chairs

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These are the first of 12 chairs that I am making for my two son's and their families (6 chairs each). The first set is made from Red Oak, the second set will be made from White oak. The chairs were...

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Walnut and Cerajiera Crotch Dining Room Set

Walnut and Cerajiera Crotch Dining Room Set

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This is the dining room set that I made over the last year.  It is made of walnut with a Cerajiera crotch veneered sunburst pattern.  It took roughly 60 hours to complete.  Even though there are 4...

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Charles Rohlfs Chair

Charles Rohlfs Chair

This is my interpretation of Charles Rohlfs chair. I was inspired to make this after seeing a copy by another woodworker and then reading the story about the valuation of this chair. I secretly hope...

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Jafu Chair

Jafu Chair

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It is a chair made in Aniegre wood and finished with oil. No screws or metallic parts, just wedged tennons. A design created from the idea of put together a simple but interesting shape and...

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My modification of a Fine Woodworking Windsor Rocking Chair Plan called Plans Change

My modification of a Fine Woodworking Windsor Rocking Chair Plan called "Plans Change"

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I bought a Fine Wood Working Windsor rocking Chair Plan a few months ago online.  I altered the plan to make it recognozeable but non functional for fun.  It is made from White Oak, Walnut...

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Girls toy chest

Girls toy chest

Made for a friend.  All of the 16 mortise and tenon joints were cut by hand and the chest boards were jointed with a very old plane.  Corners were mitered and reinforced with maple keys...

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Hickory Rocker

Hickory Rocker

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This rocker is a copy of one that my Grandfather used to use when I was a little fella. His rocker had been left out in the elements for many years and was rotted beyond repair. I built mine out of...

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Rohlfs Inspired Desk Chair 3

Rohlfs Inspired Desk Chair 3

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Rohlfs inspired desk chair #3.   50 ½ inches high, 15 ½ inches wide and 16 inches deep.   I made this chair for my nephew who is has just moved into his first homenbsp...

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Greg Stewarts unorthodox Scottish shop.

Greg Stewart's unorthodox Scottish shop.

A very unorthodox setup for a shop none the less apart from hand tools its kind of workable in a h&s contravening haphazard way!A place to escape and create.   

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Throne

Throne

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This Throne is brought to you by the letter "h". Its a little known fact that I am old alumni of The Sesame Street School of Design, and its courtesy of them that I designed this chair and bring it...

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