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  1. Post Office Door Bank

    This in one of a batch of Post Office Door Banks that I made for the same Art Market as I made the Cheese Slicer's for. This is made from Jatoba for the top and bottom, Hard Rock Maple for the sides and Cooked Maple for the splines. The door is a circa 1920's "Flying Eagle" Door. The last...
  2. Carved Sculpted Welsh Inspired Show Trial Market Crook Stick Border Collie Herding Dog Carrying Case

    ------------------------------- This was a commissioned project, and so it has been "sold" (see note just below on ordering). Cane Serial Number: #2008-38 Height: 54 inches I have another sapling Crook that is ready for shipment, click here to view it Slide Show: I've added a new Slide Show...
  3. Arts & Crafts Flip Top Table

    I have a standing offer that everyone in my family gets to choose (at least) one thing for me to make them. I explain this offer with enough seriousness that they don't choose without thinking. My intention is to make them something that will last for the rest of their lives. Maybe I succeed...
  4. Blogs
    The Dresser Design to Conception Are you interested in doing inlay, veneer, designing and building a project on your own? Here's an example of a job I designed and built for a client last year. I already had a blog (perfect45degree.blogspot.com/) before discovering LJ. My guess is that most...
  5. Jigs & Fixtures
    Hey! Many of us have made or purchased zero-clearance throat plates for table saws and even miter saws. I certainly have made those items for those particular tools that I own. A tight throat plate reduces tear out with miter crosscutting and also keeps large items from falling down into the...
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