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  1. Another Wine Cabinet, From Maple

    June, 2012-When my sister-in-law saw the earlier wine cabinet I made for my wife (http://lumberjocks.com/projects/66619) she asked me to make one for her. She decided she wanted it stained English Chestnut, so I decided to use maple solid and maple plywood. The wood came from Anderson Lumber...
  2. puzzle box

    Another Christmas, another staff gift exchange. Found a plan for a "Japanese Puzzle Box" in a woodworking magazine, I think it was Woodsmith. Adjusted the measurements for the intended bottle and set to work. A lot of tiny dado's and tennons. Never done so much work with a 1/8" router bit...
  3. Hidden Lock Liquor Box

    This is a retirement gift for a Master Sergeant in the Air Force. The object behind this request was to make a traditional looking plaque that could house a bottle of Jack Daniels Whiskey. Only they wanted it hidden, locked and no hinges. The box is still missing the engraved plaque which wont...
  4. "Bagyo" Liquor Table

    Liquor table I made in my 2nd semester at College of the Redwood's Fine Woodworking program. I dubbed it Baguio which is typhoon in Tagalog Wood Used: -Silver Maple top -Madrone stand
  5. Barrel liquor cabinet

    First time trying a barrel. This is a liquor cabinet for a Marine that transferred. This was fun to build and since I had never built one before I kinda designed it as I went. Its made from reclaimed pine that I burned for the finish and sealed with some rub on poly. Adjustable shelf on the...
  6. Big Barrel

    My friend Jim wanted me to build him a giant barrel to be used as an eye catching sign for his partner "Chrissy's" antique store to be opened soon in Schapville Illinois. Lettering will be added to both ends to say the business name and the barrel will then be placed next to the road to be seen...
  7. Whisky Bottle Boxes

    Built as holiday gifts for when the paper tin or stapled pine box just isn't enough, the bottle box is a scaled-down version of my flag/certificate case. Interior braces are added to grip the bottle at the neck and base and slide out of the way. Small hinges are fitted to the doors, which are...
  8. Liquor and Wine Cabinet

    I wanted to make something for my daughter as a wedding gift. She mentioned that she wanted a wine cabinet and her fiancée is into whiskeys. So I looked around and found this build by Smitty (Link Below) that I used as an inspiration. She had some cherry furniture in her home she the material...
  9. Liquor Cabinet with Hidden Drawer

    This cabinet was built around the glass windows that I etched. My wife saw the image on these doors on a TV show. It took weeks for me to draw the image in CAD and make it look right. I printed the image on contact paper, stuck it to the glass, cut away what I wanted etched, etched it, and...
  10. Dry sink liquor cabinet

    Made this for me. I always wanted one. Made from pine. No stain. Joined with pegs. Only metal on the cabinet are the hinges and the copper liner for the top. Fun to make. Very useful
  11. Liquor Cabinet

    My daughter wanted a cabinet to hold liquor, glasses, mixers and a place to mix drinks. She has a small house, so this is what I came up with. Tried to match existing furniture so made it with maple and gun stock stain. Liquor and mixers on the bottom, glasses etc on top and a pull out shelf to...
  12. *SOLD* 100 Year Old Piano Bar

    100 Year Old Piano Bar I'm back! This was a fun first project in my new (and greatly improved) shop. A buddy of mine sent me a photo of a similar project a few months ago…and the seed was planted. I'm very happy with the results. I bought an old (circa 1913) Hobart Cable upright piano for...
  13. Walnut Liquor/Wine Dispensor

    I've seen these floating around on the Internet over the last few months. After a lot of experimentation I finally figured it out. I just finished this up tonight. This is a liquor/wine dispenser made from walnut. It was a challenge to figure out and hopefully I can sell a few. I'm hoping to...
  14. Bar Wall Console

    Saw some really nice Liquor and Wine Glass Holders online made from Recycled Pallets so this is my spin on it. This is made from hobby wood that I stressed to look weathered. I stressed the wood by putty wood screws in an old shirt and beating on the wood a little bit (tried a plastic bag and...
  15. Inlaid Special Forces 18th century replica Cave' a Liqueur

    This is a replica of an 18th century Cave' a Liqueur or liqueur box. It is similar to designs found from this period which would have accompanied ranking officers on their campaigns. It is crafted from solid walnut and all edges are covered in inlaid brass angles using an old "screw rivet"...
  16. Bourbon Barrel Liquor Cabinet

    Back in November I acquired an A. Smith Bowman bourbon barrel and I converted it into a liquor cabinet to hold my bourbon. I mounted Blanton's toppers on both top and bottom shelves b/c I installed a lazy Susan that allows the shelves to rotate together.
  17. Another Wine Bar

    This wine bar is made from rough sawn, cut off ends from a friends saw mill. The top and both sides are book page pieces. Once again most all of this lumber would have ended up in the wood stove if I didn't take it. All joints are dato and dowels, the feet are door knobs again. The only thing...
  18. Wine bar from salvaged lumber with door knob feet

    Wine bar I built from salvaged , circle sawn barn wood. Everything is salvaged on this project, the feet are door knobs from a building torn down a couple years back, the handles were from a display I found in the dump even the finishes were left over from other jobs. All joints are datoed and...
  19. Cherry Liquor Cabinet

    This handmade cabinet was built with a plethora of traditional joinery. The case and top are bookmatched figured cherry. The case is mitered, the center divider inside the doors was installed via a tapered sliding dovetail. The legs are mortise and tenoned at every joint, and have a slight...
  20. Marketplace Classifieds
    Hey guys, Looking to clear out some tools and make room for new ones. I have for sale a No. 10 Millers Falls smoother (equivalent to stanley 4 1/2). It is in good shape. The only thing that might need a little elbow grease is the chipbreaker. I sharpen by hand, so the bevel is convex right now...
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