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It's been awhile since the last posting, but several of you, were asking about the corner cabinet in my last project photos. I've loaded a few pictures of the Shaker corner cabinet made of solid figured cherry. The flat door panels are also made of solid cherry and were done with inverted raised panels. I love the knob/ catch design on the doors and find a use for it every time I can. You simply rotate the outside knob which turns the interior stay that is secured by a brass pin. The cabinet comes apart in two pieces making delivery and transportation easier. The General Finishes' Waterbourne Satin Pre-Catalyzed Urethane finish on the cabinet is one I've used many times with good results every time.

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Very nice workmanship, beautiful!
 

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Very nice corner cabinet, beautiful wood and very nicely made…excellent craftsmanship. Thanks for sharing.
 

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That is gorgeous, very beautiful piece of furniture very well done, the cherry wood almost speaks to you and it says wowww!!!
Thank you for showing us.
 

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Very Nice cabinet, love the Cherry, raised panel on the inside of the door, very good work.
 

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Beautiful work. Very nice project.
 

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Very nice! just my style and that Cherry is gorgeous.
 

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I've never made anything with cherry, but that piece makes me want to. Really nice job.
 

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Absolutely beautiful. Great job
 

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Beautiful, great craftsmanship, one amazing project. You can't go wrong with Shaker, or cherry. How did you create the cove molding?, table saw?, router?, or hand planes? Like you, I like that door latch, works great, easy to make, and very authentic.
Thanks for showing.
 

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Thanks for all of the positive feedback.

Oldtool-The cove crown was roughed out on the table saw and finished with the largest hollow plane I had, plus the requisite sanding to smooth it out for finishing. I suppose you could make the cove with a router table but the cove diameter would require a bit so large it would need a shaper sized motor to turn it. The table saw is a great way to get short runs of cove moulding.
 

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Hi,
Awesome work, very beautiful piece.
I am currently making a piece that is very similar to this. I was wondering how you went about attaching the face frame to the side frame which is ofcourse angled. Would you by any chance have any pics of your build process. I am looking for ideas on how to go about it.

Thanks alot and once again, great work.
 

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OUTSTANDING!
Well done.
 
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