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Project by Moosesman posted 08-06-2020 04:08 AM 531 views 2 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is an entry table I made. The wood is all reclaimed from my buddy’s work except the board for the drawer fronts and the inlay and drawer pulls are some flooring scraps. I tried out some cerusing for first time over black stain. The pulls are laminated with a strip of oak in the middle.
I added a finished pick in its new home

This was a fun project playing with the New to me stain techniques And other things. Hope y’all like it!!

-- Cut it chop it rip it....make it!!!!





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JackinNac

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#1 posted 08-06-2020 05:20 AM

That is a cool looking technique. What kind of wood is that?

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#2 posted 08-06-2020 05:23 AM

That is a cool technique. What kind of wood is that?

-- When they discover the center of the universe, a lot of people will be disappointed they are not it

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Moosesman

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#3 posted 08-06-2020 11:02 AM

JackinNac It is mostly a bunch of oak boards laminated together with one solid board for the drawer fronts
bamboo for inlay

-- Cut it chop it rip it....make it!!!!

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#4 posted 08-06-2020 11:23 AM

This was a fun project playing with the New to me stain techniques And other things. Hope y’all like it!!

yes I do like it.

-- Dick, Malvern Ohio - my biggest fear is that when I die, my wife sells my toys for what I told her I paid for them

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#5 posted 08-07-2020 02:53 AM

I like this a lot. I really like the wood handles on the stained wood. We so often see the reverse treatment that seeing it this way seems very fresh. The inlay on the top and the finish on the drawers and top is quite amazing. What was the difference between the top and the bottom shelf? Different technique or just different wood?

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Moosesman

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#6 posted 08-07-2020 11:32 AM

Swirt
I used the same wood on the shelf as the top. The only difference is the wood I used on the top is kind of like a cutting board all laminated and the edge grain on top. The shelf is edge glued face grain up. I used the same technique but the shelf when I waxed it pulled some of the black Stain off of different areas giving it this look. I was going to redo it just black but I liked the look of it and left it.

-- Cut it chop it rip it....make it!!!!

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misterChips

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#7 posted 08-08-2020 10:49 AM

that is something to be very proud of, nice job on the build and the outcome. I’m not a fan of oak, but seeing it stained black gives it a nice look. I’m going to give oak a second chance in my workshop now.

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