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  1. Federal Game Table

    Here's a Federal period (ca. 1810 or thereabouts) game table I just completed. Basic side table with my own design elements, including the veneer, inlay, and the folding leaves. There's a slide show on my website showing the steps involved, if anyone is...
  2. Sheraton style tea caddy

    This was a fun project utilizing a variety of inlay. The project sort of evolved. I did not intend to put the boxes in or make the ogee feet, for example. I kept adding details til it looked like it was done. Thank you for looking and wishing everyone a good New Year….. -Bill (Snow...
  3. Sheraton Side Table

    I love the legs on this one- it looks like it is standing on its tiptoes - something about Sheraton is so delicate but the joinery is so tight and strong, it's no wonder so many of the period survive. Really enjoy turning these legs, especially in tiger maple.
  4. Blogs
    Sheraton Writing Desk - Making the Drawers Making the three drawers for the Sheraton Writing Desk I am building. I cut half blind dovetails using a Leigh dovetail jig, and make a solid wood tapered bottom. I know videos on making drawers has been done to death, just thought I would share my...
  5. Blogs
    Sheraton Writing Desk - Installing Cock Beading on the Rails In this video. I mill and installing cock bead on the bottom of the rails. It's a fairly simple process to make this detail, and it adds a nice visual element to the bottom of the rails. The next video will show how I fit the drawers...
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