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  1. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Intarsia Wall Hanging

    This piece will be taken back to Ft. Riley Kansas with my Son in Law for his Brigade HQ. Hopefully they will hang it with same pride I took in making it. I was in the military for 8 years and it can bring some strong emotions thinking about those who made the ultimate sacrifice, even more for...
  2. Second Cutting Board, My Version

    Thanks to Britboxmaker for encouraging me to step out of my comfort zone and make this design! It wasn't easy and I went through several discards while making this. The rings had to fit perfectly so I made them slightly larger and sanded them down on my drum sander and my belt sander little by...
  3. First "serious" project - live edge black walnut end table

    Hey all, here's my first serious furniture project. The top is black walnut and the base is salvaged wood from a small tabletop that was falling apart. I think it's cherry, but any help IDing it would be much appreciated! I ended up using a pine 2×3 for the top brace because I had nothing else...
  4. Birdhouse

    a couple months of "a little work here" and "a little work there". The Plans are from ""The Winfield Collection
  5. Misc. Uniques

    Just a few assorted fun objects. Brazilian Cherry and Ebony mirror and a Lacewood mirror. White Oak with Ebony accents craftsman mailbox. Teak plant stand. Brazilian Cherry clocks with Ebony feet. And a Hickory cheese cutting block 5 1/4"square by 51/2' tall, heavy.
  6. Wine bottle holder and more stoppers

    More wine accessories. Wine bottle holder made from Brazilian Cherry, Purpleheart, Maple, and Walnut. Wine bottle stoppers. From left to right: 1) Laminated Padouk with Maple and Maple with Walnut (split in quadrants) 2) Birdseye Maple 3) Laminated Padouk with Rosewood 4) Tulipwood 5)...
  7. Cherry Rose and Purple Passion

    These are a couple of practice boxes I just finished using some wood (cedar) I haven't used before and a little practice on some handles, working on joints and trying to come up with some boxes the ladies might enjoy as well. Cherry Rose is Tennessee Cedar and the lid is Brazilian Cherry. The...
  8. Bowls I've Turned

    When I'm not working with my dunage wood I also turn bowls and peppermills. I'll post my peppermill later. The first two and last two picturs are from a flowering cherry tree that was removed because it died. It is so knurled and knarly that the inside grain is spectular. I tried a natural...
  9. Twins again..... Jatoba, Lacewood & Bloodwood Valets

    Again, tried something different regarding configuration. These are 2 valet's made with Jatoba, Lacewood and Bloodwood. The first 2 pictures are actually seperate boxes ( twins ) and the remaing 4 pictures are of the second box. The center section in the tray slides back and forth to adjust the...
  10. Lil Red Wagon

    Here are a few pictures of a recent project that I made. It is all made of poplar except the wheels and the rails on the top of the bed. The wheels are Brazilian cherry and the rails are oak.. I turned the wheels on the lathe. The wagon is approximately 18" long and 9" wide. It stands 8"...
  11. Blanket chest - jatoba frame, padauk tray, cedar lining, upholstered panels and seat

    Whew! Just completed this cedar-lined blanket chest (hope chest) for our daughter, still in time for her birthday. Since she will soon graduate as a botanist, that seemed a fine justification to include some "exotic plants" (ie, hardwood species I've been wanting to try out) in the...
  12. Bobbin, bobbin,whose got the bobbin!

    A Knot like no other This piece of Brazilian Cherry had been standing proudly alone for quite sometime in front of my small exotic woods bin. I wouldn't use it, on several occasions for other projects, I had picked it up and admired the singularity of its' shape. I knew always that it was one...
  13. A Secret Compartment

    A Secret Compartment This piece of Brazilian Cherry had been standing proudly alone for quite sometime in front of my small exotic woods bin. I wouldn't use it, on several occasions for other projects, I had picked it up and admired the singularity of its' shape. I knew always that it was one...
  14. Figured Brazilian Cherry Tobacco Pipe

    I did a little research and seeing other people use this wood for pipes, It seems to be a non-toxic wood (burning/smoke) It is very difficult to carve due to the density though. The entire pipe was carved by hand with a chisel and rasp after it was cut to rough shape. The bowl is 7/8's and the...
  15. Keurig Vue cup holder

    This Keurig Vue cup holder holds 20 cups and measures 13×15 x 3 (She wanted it wider so she could store her coffee fufu ) I made this from reclaimed lumber I tend to collect. The oak top was reclaimed from a set of old cabinet fronts I found on the street, the frame in made of Brazilian cherry...
  16. Shadowbox for Wifey

    I was suppose to make this 6 months ago when my wife graduated from Nursing School. Better late than never though I guess. The frame is made of Brazilian Cherry, and the backing is a 1/4" piece of Birch that had some cool figure in it. Finish is a mix I learned of from LJ Shampeon, it's...
  17. Anchors Aweigh

    Anchors Aweigh, Brazilian Cherry and Maple box with carved walnut anchor. This box was made especially to sell at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum, here in Winona, MN….and it went immediately. It features curved sides and maple corner and lift-tab detail, and the lid is hinged with hidden...
  18. Sits ATE

    Created out of necessity due to space requirements, this bar set sits eight people and easily fits in a hallway. I salvaged some old skids from a flooring company that used to burn them because they took up too much room. Brazilian imported wood also comes on brazilian exotic wood skids...
  19. Jewelry Box

    I made this jewelry box for my wife on her birthday. The top is made from Birdseye Maple and the base is made out of Brazilian Cherry. I put several Maple splines in the miter for decoration and added stability. I added red velvet to the inside along with a velvet bracelet stand slightly...
  20. Small Hall Table

    This is a zebrawood and walnut table that won "Best in Show" at a small local Art show here in Massachusetts. The legs have a slight taper after the bent lamanated streachers. It's 30" H x 29" W X 10" D I enjoy the look zebrawood but find it's end grain tears out easy when routing a curved edge...
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