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  1. Replica Of Celtic Blessing Cross From The Start Of Christianity

    This is the image of the cross from the rising of CHRISTIANITY. Many of the crosses from those time, saved until this time - lost some parts. I've restored several different destroyed crosses in the one cross. The cross made for Celtic bishop. The oak is the Holy Wood for celts. So because of it...
  2. Walnut cross with carved-in letters

    Walnut cross with carved-in letters. Made for order. Materials - walnut, natural pigment for letters; woodfinish - natural beeswax. Lengh of the cross - 4ft.
  3. Replica of historicism table

    Historicism table in Bruntál (CZ) museum. I created replica of this table with my schoolmate Jan Hruška. It was for practical exam at the Hight school of furniture and bussines in Byst?ice pod Hostýnem. Maple wood with pigment paint.
  4. MAC pigment shelves

    These are kinda old, but I thought I would post, being new and all! My wife is addicted to makeup. She asked if I could make a rack to hold her MAC pigments. I had some 1/2" birch ply and figured it would be a good first project for my new table saw. All shelves sit in dadoes with a few brads to...
  5. Poplar brush holder with box joints from my jig... and my first dye job

    Making this box was an interesting journey. I downloaded sketchup in order to mock up ideas for my new kitchen… but took a small sidestep to see if I could sketch a small teabox that Rah had posted. That ended up in having to create a box joint jig (posted here...
  6. Chinese Checker Board

    I made a Chinese Checker Board that can hang on the wall while storing marbles in the board. It's made of Maple and Redheart. Check out the YouTube video if you want to see how I did it… I also provided a drill template for anyone that wants to make one themselves...
  7. Arts and Crafts Desk Lamp

    This lamp is a variation of an Arts and Crafts Table lamp that I posted in http://lumberjocks.com/projects/139721. It is virtually the same proportionally as my my previous lamp other than the obvious, it has two columns, the base is larger, and the shade is wider front and back. As with my...
  8. Blogs
    pictures of an early colonization by Chlorociboria aeruginascens Hey guys, Having recently decided that I couldn't continue refering to the blue-green stained wood as "stained by some mysterious fungi", I dug out everything I could find on Google and ended up with a boatload of pictures and...
  9. Blogs
    How to make your own stain I will show you how to make your own stain. Using only boiled linseed oil, pigment, and mineral spirits. I will be using Earths Pigment Light Sienna and Natural Black You can order their $29 pigment kit from their website. I will be using Earths Pigment Light...
  10. Blogs
    AGING OF WOODEN SURFACE OF GREAT-GRANDFATHER'S CABINET OF 1920 EXPOSE PROGRESS IN SURFACE AGING AND CABINET WOODFINISH WHICH, IN MY MEMORY, WE HAD IN OUR HOUSE IN RUSSIA IN GERMAN VOLGA REGION. THIS IS OUR MEMORIES OF GREAT-GRANDFATHER AND HIS VARIABLE COMFORTABLE FURNITURE HANDMADE BY HIMSELF...
  11. Finishing
    Just a quick question for some of you with experience in finishing. Has anyone heard of or had success with "Mohawk Finishes"? I have never heard of them, but apparently they are for the pros. I mean like, commercial and Industrial pros that do this stuff on a mass production level. I'm just...
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