October 24, 2012
White oak Stickley-inspired fall-front desk finished using fumed ammonia, hand-rubbed oil and wax.
Wall cabinet in white oak by Chris Cain.
This Arts and Crafts-inspired overmantel is made from white oak and plywood. Its aged appearance is done with the use of glazing stain that is topped with either shellac or…
A reproduction of the orignal armonica made by Benjamin Franklin. Sound is made by rubbing a moistened finger along the edge of the spinning glasses. The only deviation is Lash’s…
Welsh side chair in white oak by John Brown. Brown is known for crafting his chairs primarily with hand tools. They are characterized by their clean lines and original design.
Arts and Crafts-style dining table in white oak. The table’s golden-brown color was achieved by fuming it with ammonia.
Roland Johnson’s file cabinet in red and white oak. He stained the cabinet to give it a uniform appearance.
Alexander’s Stickley-inspired dining chairs in white oak. Each chair is finished with tung oil, linseed oil, and polyurethane.
Thinly milled quartersawn white oak was used to make this wall cabinet. No piece was thicker than half an inch. The cabinet, built in the Craftsman-style is finished with a…
A modern take on a piece originally designed for military use. This campaign chest functions as a desk rather than the luggage/furniture conbination of its predecessors. The piece is made…
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