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  1. A Mission Statement Studio, handmade tile, bought on eBay framed in arts and crafts style QSWO frame

    A Mission Statement Studio handmade tile link to website This one is for sale. Send me an email. ... Arts and Crafts Style Pagoda frame, Quarter sawn White Oak,with Honduran mahogany corbels, aniline dye, mahogany stain and seedlac shellac ... allot of great deals on ebay for studio and...
  2. Stickley Style Chest

    This is a Stickley style chest made of quarter sawn white oak. For the finish, I fumed the parts with 30% ammonia prior to assembly. After assembly, I used one coat of shellac, glaze, then two more coats of shellac, then wax. Knot holes were filled with copper and epoxy. I made the hand...
  3. Haunted Forest Tiles in porcelain framed in Quartersawn White Oak

    Titled: Another look into my Haunted Forest landscape in green Tiles are made from stoneware porcelain, fired to 2345 degrees Hunter green glaze recipe came from Laura Reutter, Founder of Ravenstone Tilesworks in Seattle All my tiles start as mahogany relief woodcarvings,then … made into...
  4. Arts and Crafts Lamps

    Another pair of Stickley inspired A & C lamps. Solid QSWO with a Vintage dark brown finish. All the same construction as the first pair, fun to make and already have another order, woot woot!
  5. Stickley style double bookcase No. 719

    I've been working on this thing for close to forever, but it's finally done. First time I've built doors. The carcass of the bookcase is 1-1/8-inch quartersawn wood; the back is made up of individually splined 3/4-inch boards. Dimensions: 60 inches wide, 55 inches tall, 13 inches deep. The...
  6. Craftsman Bookends

    I saw an ad for these in the back of American Bungalow magazine (worth getting just for the ads). My girlfriend had to go to a business meeting, so I said I'd make a set before she got home. She looked at me with those "another project?" eyes. Sure enough, when she got home, they were ready...
  7. Tabouret Table

    These were made from red oak from the plans in Popular Mechanics - Mission Furniture - How to Make It. We found the book in the Gamble House bookstore. Originally, I was only going to make one, but I made a mental mistake, thinking that tables need four legs. When I realized that two lapped...
  8. Laboratory Cabinets

    I'm in the process of building a lab in my basement for doing custom metal etch work. My plan is to make this my career (quit my day job) within about a year. When complete, the lab will consist of 3 parts - An etch resist application area, a prototype etch area (which is this post), and a...
  9. Bookshelf/ Quilt Hanger with storage

    I ended up needing a place to hang the matching quilt from our bedding in the nursery and realized that I needed a place to store teddy bears and books so I decided to build a matching quilt hanger/ bookshelf to match the other furniture I built. I looked online for inspiration and couldn't find...
  10. Arts and Crafts Nightstands

    Here are my arts and crafts nightstands in quartersawn red oak. They feature one small, over two large drawers with storage in mind. The lower assembly is built with through tenons and double walnut pegs. Drawers are dovetailed, with poplar and aromatic cedar used as secondary woods. Side...
  11. A & C Bookcase/Plantstand

    Here's piece #7 in my Stickley A&C inspired Bedroom Furniture. Combo Plant stand and Bookcase designed to fit under a window and next to the other pieces. Solid QSWO, M&T construction, Marble top shelf for the plants. Did a little different finish, used wipe on stain as the first coat, than BLO...
  12. Stickley Style Bookcase & Shaker Bench

    I have made a couple of these Stickley style bookcases. They are real classics. The plans for these came from Popular Woodworking I believe. The Shaker Bench is the first one I ever did. This bench is the only one that I put a stretcher under the drawers. I never did it again because it is...
  13. Stickley #72 Magazine Cabinet

    I have limited time and needed to build a small book stand for our house. There are 2 style you can't go wrong with and they are Arts & Crafts or Shaker. I thought the Stickley #72 Magazine Stand would fit the bill perfectly. The original actually had an arch at the bottom of the side panel but...
  14. Stickley Side Table

    I made this table for my Mom. I stay at her house when I work in Ohio, it is where I grew up. I always help do work and maintenance on the house when I am there. I wanted to make something for her and she saw this side table in one of my magazines, I get them all. (I really mean ALL.) This...
  15. Arts & Crafts Framing Samples

    My girlfriend went to Framer's Workshop in Berkeley to get some glass for the poster frame I recently made her, and she came back with the glass and a job offer. Kirstie, the owner, needs a local woodworker to make customer frames. She asked me to make up some samples, so I ran home and...
  16. Mission Arm Chair

    This is one of the pieces I recreated for a customer of mine that was made from the wood on their property. They have a chair just like this that was their grandfathers and asked me to reproduce the same piece for them. Brian Brace Fine Furniture https://www.instagram.com/brianbracefinefurniture/
  17. Stickley Mission Mantle Clocks

    These are the 1st clocks I've ever built. They are going to a charity auction/dinner for a group called Peruvian Partners and their Huts to Homes program. They raise money in the US to build basic homes for impoverished Peruvians on the outskirts of Lima. Each home costs about $10K with...
  18. Quartersawn White Oak Zebrawood framed Dolls Head Porcelain Birger Sandzen Inspired Tiles

    Dolls Head Porcelain stone wear tiles … made the tiles a few years ago. White slip clay, very delicate in green state. I bought a gallon from a shop that was quitting business. This is was a fun pair of frames. Helped clean of my short pile and I entertained my self in the process. Tiles were...
  19. Stickley End Table (With A Curve)

    After all the discussion and praise for my wife's clock, I thought I'd post one of MY projects. Yep, I build something every now and then. Anyone who is interested in Stickley furniture eventually gets around to building a Stickley end table. After looking at several of their designs, I decided...
  20. Mission bath shelf and towel hooks

    A couple quick projects that my wife requested for the kid's bath. Both are QS white oak with Stickley Fayettville finish per Jeff Jewitt's recipe. For the shelf / towel bar piece, the sides are attached with my 1st attempt at thru tenons. The top is just dowelled in place. For mounting, I...
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