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  1. Gemstone Box #112

    This box is the second of the series. Hopefully many more to come. The tile is tiger eye, black onyx and picture jasper. The primary wood is mesquite. Beautiful to work with. I used eucalyptus to back tile so it'll show on the inside of the lid. The pegs are bamboo and the lid is hinged with...
  2. TV Table

    This is my first foray into pocket hole joinery. I was a bit skeptical about the whole thing, but figured since it seemed to be so popular, I'd give it a whirl. I got the Kreg mini jig, which is just a single hole jig and the pocket hole drill. You supply your own clamps. Anyway, I built this...
  3. Curly Maple & Onyx Coffee Table Top

    This table top is my first real commission for someone who is not a family member or a friend. He came up with the idea to inlay some large tiles, I sent him a drawing in Sketch up with the approximate dimensions, he ordered the onyx tile and we were off to the races. It replaces a simple glass...
  4. Cherry Deathstar

    Cherry Deathstar 6in.25in.2in. MEDIUM: CHERRY, CURLY MAPLE, RUTILATED QUARTZ, ONYX, ACRYLIC PAINT ORIGINAL: 500 USD part of the birdland2012collection
  5. Walnut Coffee table with onyx inlay and top

    My most recent piece that I just finished. Walnut frame with Persian onyx top and inlays. The disk inlays are 6.5 in. dia. There is a 6 in dia. round walnut tube that connects the 2 sides together. The tube consists of 7 3/4in. 6in. dia. plywood disks wrapped in 1/8th in. walnut veneer ply. that...
  6. Box #111

    This box is a prototype of many more to come. A friend of ours, a rock nut, came across a bunch of tile samples with genuine gemstone intarsia patterns. He also had the mesquite wood and asked if there was anything I could do with it all. This is the result. As stated, the primary wood is...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So I have been tinkering around with wood working for about 6 months now. Made a couple of bookcases, and some shelves for the bathroom and discovered 2 main things 1) I really love working with wood. The art of creating something is just appealing to me. 2) My fathers 1960s era tablesaw...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Ok, so I am building my tool collection and do not have a band saw. There are a few projects that I have seen some lumberjocks have made some awesome things with a band saw. I see them for sale on Craigs List for a decent price. Can anyone here tell me if this is a wise investment for a couple...
  9. Blogs
    Building a Walnut Vanity with Live Edge Backsplash and Inlays Here are some build pictures and notes about my process of building the floating vanity and live edge backsplash with ebony bowtie inlays. If you are interested in the fine details of the build please read my personal blog Building...
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