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Craftsman/A&C style end-table built for my son's nursery. The table is going next to the Stickley Rocker and the crib which I have yet to finish. This table is 99% Quartered white Oak, the other 1...
This cradle is an original design, though was inspired and adapted from a plan in Wood mag. I wanted to build a functional cradle, that also fit my home. I wanted it to follow Stickley's mission...
Walnut Key cabinet. Wormy Walnut panel and QSO Shelves. The wee dolphin is carved from beech.
Small veneered box made with cutoffs.
Nice break to build something small after building something big.
Writing desk of quartersawn white Oak and black Walnut. Cocobolo handles.
Joined with handcut dovetails, through-tenons, pinned tenons and mortises.Splined top. Frame and panel back.Secondary woods...
MARRE LIVE EDGE COFFEE TABLE
Materials: Claro Walnut, Black Walnut
Dimensions: 74"L x 26"W x 15"H
Finish: Natural hand-rubbed oil + wax -- buffed and polished to a satin glossThis...
This Modified Craftsman Coffee Table is based on the design of the coffee table shown in Fine Woodworking, April 1994, No. 105. page 84, Coffee Table Is Spare and Sturdy, by Lars MikkelsenThe...
Commissioned in 2012 by client for private residence in Maryland. Although initial inspiration came from more traditional Tansu cabinets, some would say I have used the term incorrectly, I retained...
Woodworker: Thomas Starbuck Stockton
Stockton worked with gallery owners Pat and Steve Kirkish of Healdsburg, Calif., to design this sapele, walnut, and white oak wardrobe for an attorney’s office...
Woodworker: Alan Dana Hall
This Mackintosh-inspired Arts and Crafts desk is based on an original built in Scotland by Wylie & Lockhead (ca. 1900). The problem was getting a good-quality photograph of...
Woodworker: Kelly J. Dunton
The inspiration for this table dates back a century to designs by Gustav Stickley. He defined his furniture philosophy as being "where the beauty lies in simplicity of the...
Woodworker: Jim Jasperson
This gentleman's dresser began in Jasperson's backyard, with wood taken from a white oak that used to live there. The asymmetry in the piece breaks up the expansive faade...
White oak Stickley-inspired fall-front desk finished using fumed ammonia, hand-rubbed oil and wax.
Alexander’s Stickley-inspired dining chairs in white oak. Each chair is finished with tung oil, linseed oil, and polyurethane.
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 from maple and teak veneer along with plywood, white oak and brass. The finish is oil and shellac.
Sigman’s reproduction Morris chair is an example of Stickley’s belief that art should be found in everyday objects. The chair is made from quartersawn white oak and leather, and finished with oil and lacquer.
Each music stand is made from a single quartersawn board. The stand on the right is walnut and white oak is used for the stand on the left. Each piece is finished with a rubbed oil-polyurethane.
Robinson’s sack-back Windsor chair is made of cherry, oak and hickory. It is finished with Danish oil and wax.
Weber’s Welsh chair with writing extension is made from elm, hickory, oak, cherry, and pine. The chair is finished with marine spar varnish, tung oil and gum turpentine.
Nesset’s Kebiki marking gauge in white oak with oil finish.
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