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127 posts in 1957 days

Location: Belgium
Website: www.delaeywood.be

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127 posts in 1957 days


#1 posted 02-02-2016 09:05 PM

Table made from cherry (legs, drawer sides and drawer box), padouk (table top) and olivewood (drawer fronts). The olivewood was from a small trunk found during a holiday in Italy. The legs are attached to the frame using through-tenons with wengé wedges. The drawer box and table top are not attached directly to the legs but appear to be “floating” above the frame. The drawer box and drawer sides are assembled using hand-sawn dovetails. Each of the four drawers has a differently shaped drawer pull from wengé, to provide a more playful appearance. Two of the drawers have been subdivided in 9 compartments for smaller jewelry items.

Read more: http://delaeywood.webnode.be/photogallery/bathroom-table-with-jewel-drawer-box/

-- Bernard Delaey, Belgium - http://www.delaeywood.be

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#2 posted 02-02-2016 09:09 PM

Television stand made of cherry and wengé.
The table has an ellipsoid shape, with the sides and back made from two layers of plywood covered with cherry veneer on the outside and beech veneer on the inside – the different layers were laminated using a vacuum press. Legs, bottom and tob are from wengé. The table has a sliding “tambour” door consisting of profiled cherry slats glued onto canvas. Finishing was done with three coats of Danish oil and wax.

Read more: here

-- Bernard Delaey, Belgium - http://www.delaeywood.be

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