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  1. Eagle Nest Chest

    The Eagle Nest Chest I have been adding a combination locking system to hope chests for some time now and one day a fella commented that he would like to see the dials hidden behind a false panel, that it too would be locked from access. How it works: The nest sitting on top of the chest...
  2. A dragonfly

    This is a pendant in walnut, mahogany and copper inlaid with mother of pearl mosaic and stone enamel with malachite. It`s about 3 inches at length and it takes almost two days to make this pendant. The wings and the tail are flexible so you can change their position.
  3. A butterfly

    One more flying creature from me. The pendant in beech inlaid with brass, mother of pearl mosaic, stone enamel with malachite. It`s about 2,3 inches at length.
  4. Walnut Music Stand

    I built this hand-carved music-stand for a doctor client, in part by recycling the solid-walnut top of a coffee table retired by the client. The table top was used for the sheet-music support and the base of the stand. New walnut having a matching color was selected for other parts. A through...
  5. Wood brooch with flower

    One more wood brooch for women. I made it of beech wood and inlaid with silver wire, mother of pearl, pearls, coral, serpentine. 1.1×2.5 in.
  6. Custom Knife (STOLEN ITEM); Frontier Bowie with Elk Naturally Shed Antler Handle

    This knife has been "STOLEN", I'm sorry to say that this knife was shop-lifted from Gallery XII in Wichita, KS some time in the past couple of weeks, most likely on Friday 8-29-2008. I guess I should consider it a compliment that someone would be willing to commit a crime to get the knife...
  7. Custom Walking Cane: Oak Shaft, Carved Oak Leaves Twisting, Elk Antler Handle, Scrimshaw Monogram

    ------------------------------------------- This walking cane has been "SOLD" and resides in Florence, Kansas USA ------------------------------------------- Welcome Web Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet, go toward the bottom of this posting where...
  8. Custom Hiking Stick: Carved Wood Spirit in a natural Elm Tree Sapling, Inlay of River Clam Shell

    ------------------------- This Custom Hiking Stick has been "SOLD" (7-16-2010) Specs: Serial Number: #2009-06 Height: 55.25 inches Description: Tall, Natural Elm Tree Sapling, with Bark intact Handcarved Wood Spirit Face with smile and long mustache. Inlaid on the end of the stick is a...
  9. Guitar #9

    Customer build from dec 2014.
  10. An Art Deco Style Cabinet

    I posted this project before, early in the construction process. It was an interesting and extremely challenging piece the whole way through on a lot of different levels…. My son Will did most of the construction work except for the inlay, which was done my my man Trevor on our cnc router ...
  11. The Marsboro Man

    I've carried this cane blank around with me for 8-9 years. It is toothpicks glued to a dowel rod. I filled the spaces between the picks with epoxy pigmented with India ink. The mahogany head was originally meant for the Gurdjieff cane but I needed a 'neck' for him so this blank was waiting to be...
  12. Wings of Light

    This started out as an art supply storage box but for a special friend but got out of control trying to make it a bit nicer so it will be a keepsake box instead. The body is walnut, lid panel is figured walnut, maple and figured maple trim and tray, mother of pearl wings, abalone body and a...
  13. Salvaged Vent and Reclaimed Wood Media Cabinet

    This media cabinet was custom made for a customer that wanted a unique architectural element integrated into the piece that is to be placed directly below a wall mounted flat screen television. The wood is all reclaimed barn wood taken from North Georgia area barns. The centerpiece is a salvaged...
  14. My Hardest One Yet

    When I say this is the hardest one yet, I don't mean that this was the hardest project that I have completed or ever worked on. I mean it was the hardest to post. I will explain. First let me say, I am sorry I do not have the best pictures! This is pine plank trunk that was built by my...
  15. Designing Woodworking Projects
    This afternoon I planed two similar looking pieces of rough purpleheart to find them very different in grain and color. I thought I had made my decision as far as layout but they are very different and I am thinking it could ruin the look of the drawer fronts or the overall look of the cabinet...
  16. Blogs
    A Special Guitar A Special Guitar Those of you who have read my past blog entries know that my family heritage and the tradition of woodworking passed down to me by my ancestors are very important to me. Some of my relatives came from the great tool making city of Sheffield, England, and many...
  17. Woodworking Skill Share
    My fellow LJ's I am contemplating using mother of pearl laminate for the panel of a small box lid. The laminate is 0.006" thick (which I believe might be somewhat translucent) and I was thinking of applying it over a 1/4" baltic birch ply. My questions are: 1) should I paint the plywood...
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