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  1. Gun Stock Carving: Walnut Stock Carved with a Wildlife Scene, Flying Ring Necked Pheasant & Oak Leaf

    This was a commissioned project. This gun was the third and final part of a set of guns I did for a family in Wichita, Kansas. You can see the Quail Carving by clicking here You can see the Tom Turkey Carving by clicking here If you have a gunstock that you would like to have...
  2. Gambel's Quail

    This is a Gambel's Quail, normally found in the US Southwest. The quail is about 7 inches long from tip of tail to tip of beak. Carved from basswood, except the plume on the head, which is carved from a piece of black walnut for added strength. Claude
  3. Custom Walking Cane Stick Elk Antler Bubinga Elephant Ivory Scrimshaw Artwork Quail Dress Style

    ---------------------------- Finished Walking Cane for a Commission: Bubinga Wood Unwinding Ribbon Style Spiral Shape Elk Crown Naturally Shed Antler Legal Pre-Ban Elephant Ivory Scrimshaw Monogram Scrimshaw Quail Artwork Picture Serial No. #2012-01 ---------------------------- The project...
  4. Hunter Deer Head

    This is a project I created for someone that was a hunter. I wanted it to be unique and very personal. I took the scenic picture from a pattern I acquired and placed it in the shape of a deers head, this way it incorporates the hunter, the dog, the quail and the deer all in one. A little...
  5. Gun Stock Carving: Walnut Stock Carved with a Wildlife Scene, Flying Bobwhite Quail & Oak Leaf

    This was a commissioned project. This gun was part of a set of three that I did for a family in Wichita, Kansas You can see the Pheasant Carving by clicking here You can see the Tom Turkey Carving by clicking here You can see the Quail Carving by clicking here If you have a gunstock...
  6. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hello fellow lumberjocks, a few years ago I bought a wood-slab coffee table. While the wood (teak) is really beautiful, the craftsmanship is rather sloppy. Over time the t-join that was used at the base of the table became very loose, and the table just wiggles around like crazy. I was...
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