Bubinga & Maple Credenza
This is from my wine cabinet series. This piece though made for the show of The Furniture Society Conference held at Victoria, BC., Canada,
Frame is bubinga, door panels are maple burl, sides and top are spalted curly maple and the door frames are very curly maple.
The only veneered part is the quilted maple drawer fronts. Finish is hand rubbed varnish.
All the door frame members are resawn and bookmatched from 9/4 heavily figured curly maple.
Spalted curly maple panels and inlays
Compound curved edges & inlay
Dovetails and ebony handles
Very Nice, Great job on the design & craftsmanship.
Hi. my name is Ethan. I have a woodshop class in school and i really want to make this. Is it any way possible to get the plans for it. my email is [email protected]
I would GREATLY appreciate it. it is an awsome project.
Hi, I'm with Ethan, I would love to get some drawings if possible!! An extremely beautiful piece, the perfect combination of materials!!!
It might help if I give you my email address: [email protected].
Thanks in advance!!
Very nice work. How much does it cost for the materials ?
Hi GregD59 & Ethan,
I am sorry to reply so late but I don't come back to here very often. My website link is present and you simply could have emailed me from there. Anyway, to answer your questions: I have no ready to go plans but it can be done. The cost of metarial is really irrelevant for how much work goes into it and amount of detail this and my other wine cabinets have. Nevertheless, it's roughly around $1200~$2000. My Website address again: http://www.sakmanfinewoodworks.com
Hikmet C. Sakman
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