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  1. Stiletto Cabinet

    ---------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: blakeweber.us ---------------------------------------------------- Solid figured Maple and Claro Walnut. The cabinet is 27" wide, 17" tall and 12" deep, and it stands 58" tall overall...
  2. some of my work, a relief carving and two woodburnings

    these are pics of some of my work. the goldfish is a releif carving on basswood. the woodburning of Gandolf is done on a basswood plank the Animi woodburning is done on a maple door. sorry the picture has shadows. lousy camera. this should hold you all over till i get some new work done.
  3. Reclaimed White Oak Dining Table

    Check out my latest build. I make this Farmhouse inspired Dining table using Reclaimed white oak. I add some elegance with the addition of curves in the base. Check out the Video on how I made it!
  4. ladder/chair

    This is from an old magazine. Made of cherry. Each project step was a challenge. I made a plywood template for the leg patterns, roughed them out and then gang sanded them so they match. For the two rear leg assemblies a little rail is required, which is angled differently on each end. The...
  5. Coffee table

    A cherry coffee table with maple sides. The sides' curve was obtained by coopering multiple pieces. Some people don't like the cherry sapwood. I find that it adds character and try to make use of it. To get the proportions that I wanted, after the intial sketches, the project was begun with...
  6. Flintstone Fashion (Out of the wood3)

    FLINTSTONE FASHION (Out of the wood3) 1050L x 590D x 970H A Cocktail cabinet in White Pear, Poplar and Kiaat with Ironwood hinges. In this piece I attempted to present furniture as functional sculpture. The cabinet evolved from the legs; some curved cants of Poplar that stared at me from a...
  7. “Radian” Table Base

    This table base was custom designed from the ground up to be a curvy base for an upcoming live edge monkeypod dining table. The client wanted curves and something very sturdy. This design features both heavy style legs and the curves/angles to make them look great! The curvy leg profile and...
  8. Walnut and Maple Hall Table

    Needed a long and slender table to go in a hallway below a picture wall. Wanted to try a floating top: shaped the underside with a handheld router using a homemade jig that slid back and forth along the length; turned and shaped the four walnut pins holding it up. The bottom stretcher had a...
  9. Curve Cutting Bandsaw Jig

    Full Disclosure: this is my interpretation of a commercial product called Convex Curve Cutter. If you search Youtube for that phrase, you'll find some good videos introducing you to the jig and its operation. If you're one of those folk who would rather spend your shop time making projects and...
  10. Mooneye

    MOONEYE 10in.16in.2in. MEDIUM: LACEWOOD, MAPLE, MAHOGANY, BURNING TOOL ORIGINAL: 500 USD part of the birdland2012collection
  11. Purps N' Curves

    PURPS N' CURVES 12in.15.5in2in. MEDIUM: PURPLEHEART AND MAHOGANY ORIGINAL: 400 USD part of the birdland2012collection
  12. Twice the fun!

    Made two at the same time. I actually made too much blank and if I had glued it up as one board would have been unbelievably large. These are primarily for cutting bread,or serving.. bread boards not chopping boards, as they are all long grain., Silver Ash and Tasmaninan Blackwood as always, no...
  13. My wife's anniversary present a chiseled candy box

    So as the title says this is my wife's anniversary gift. It's made of cherry and walnut. I started by making a cherry block 3" thick and grabbed a piece of walnut 1" thick. The only power tools used were a ROS and a 4" hand grinder. The grinder made the curves in the lid and the bottom of the...
  14. Picture Frames

    Completed in 1988 to the mid 90's. Woodsmith featured an issue about making picture frame stock on your router table. I made many different frames over the years using their ideas and a limited number of router bits. The first one is cherry and walnut. The second one is oak. My late wife...
  15. Walnut rocker Sam maloof inspired, designed by Hal Taylor and built by me!

    This is my second finished chair so I've learned a lot from the first one! Jigs and Templates were all built already saved so much time, I did decide to make the swinging device to cut the head rest which works fantastic btw 2 weeks build time or 50 hours in total down from like 150 for the...
  16. Black walnut floating top coffee table

    This is a coffee table I made as a gift for my younger brother, who has just bought his first home. It is made from solid black walnut, with some maple and purpleheart accents. The design was heavily inspired from the floating Ouija table by Alex at...
  17. Bowl

    I will name this one HEARTBREAK so befoer you make a positive comment take a closer look. I thought I would finish turning this bowl even though it had a couple stress cracks from drying. It was a 12 inch diameter so maybe I left a little too much shell. I hated to throw it away so filled the...
  18. Music stand

    This was my last project at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport Maine last year. This part of the class was all about curves. About the only part of the stand I could have built before the class was the flat piece of wood that the music actually sits on. The stand was built...
  19. Arched Hall Table

    Dimensions: 40"L x 15"W x 36"H The Arched Hall Table was inspired by the flowing lines and elegant curves of the Art Nouveau style of the early 20th century. Constructed by hand of solid sepele and peruvian walnut, this table is a unique, functional and highly stylish statement piece, which...
  20. Wood Magazine Prairie-Grass Desk Lamp

    After finishing my last project, these candle holders, I needed my next project. Wood Magazine came to the rescue with this project in their newest issue. It is a cordless, LED desk lamp. The one in the magazine was made from Walnut. I made mine from Cherry, but will likely do another one in...
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