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  1. Curly Redwood table trio

    Love the curly Redwood! Created this coffee table from a slab of Redwood…has some great grain that I thought I would share. I had the slab shaped out when it sold and the client needed it at 11 feet rather than the 12+ that it was…the cut off end became matching end tables. Tons of turquoise...
  2. G&G frames

    The last time I often give my G&G frames as a gifts for my freands and relatives. Therefore I decided to make some G&G oak frames with stone inlay and instead of ebony . I used lazurite and turquoise cubes 6х6х6 mm. I understand that violated G&G traditions, but I wanted to trying out something new.
  3. Stone Inlay People into Walnut

    This was my first attempt at trying to capture realistic people in stone and wood. The routering of the design into the wood was definitely the most nerve-wracking part since every bit of wood that I was leaving was an integral line for the design. Usually I can move lines around a bit to...
  4. Rustic Lazy Susan with Malachite Stone Inlay

    We had a special request from a customer for a 22" lazy susan with malachite inlay. It is 2" thick and coated with 3 coates of poyurethane. This was a fun and simple project
  5. fireman ruler

    another growth chart ruler done, this one they requested something firefighter themed (my friend who commissioned it, her husband is a firefighter). My wife found a fire fighter decal that I really liked, so I scrolled it out of paduak with plans of just inlaying that into a red alder ruler...
  6. Curly Redwood table with Turquoise Inlay

    Curly Redwood coffee table inlaid with turquoise. Old growth curly Redwood…personally I think this is one of the most spectacular wood grain patterns, just stunning! I've had this slab for years, milled it probably 15 years ago or more…Worth the wait, the wood is beautiful! This tree was upwards...
  7. Sunset Stone Inlay (with process pics)

    I finally managed to take pics of the actual creating of one of my pieces so here's a look "behind the scenes" (or at least as good of one as I can do in only 6 pictures). This piece took a little over 31 hours of actual working time start to finish (that doesn't include the time it takes for...
  8. Stone Inlay Waterfall

    This was probably the most complicated routering I've ever done for an inlay. When I finished the design I knew is was going to be tricky - but by the time I was 9 hours in and working with the smallest end mills I have I knew I was definitely pushing it. I tried to capture the movement of the...
  9. Wooden Smoothing Veritas Bench Plane with Depth Skids/Gauges

    VIDEO: PLANS: See step-by-step instructions on Shaper Hub to make this project with Shaper Origin DavePolaschek saw me tweeting about hand planes on Twitter. Said, "hey, check out lumberjocks.com" (or something to that effect) and I started posting projects. Then he said "hey, check out this...
  10. Brazillian Cherry Bowl with Decorative Sand Inlay

    Brazillian Cherry bowl with decorative sand inlay The three pieces of wood were glued with Original Gorilla Glue Polish was EEE UltraShine and then I sanded it off and sprayed it with gloss The inlay was made with 25% white and 75% terracotta decorative sand inlayed with CA glue. It was...
  11. Redwood Burl table with Stone Inlay and pure Gold

    This is a table I created this past fall…One of my favorites. Created from Old Growth Redwood Burl, I have inlaid the surface with stone and pure gold. This one did create it's own challenges, it is a massive piece, coming in at 7 feet x 7 feet…Seats 8 to 12. When I have exceptional wood to...
  12. Giant Sequoia Dining or Conference table

    I like the rare and unusual! This table is made from a single slab of "Giant Sequoia", inlaid with stone across the surface and over the edges. 15 feet long, 50+ inches across, 3.5 inches thick…30 inches high. Set on two pillar bases made from slabs of Redwood Burl, also inlaid with stone. The...
  13. Redwood Vanity with Stone Inlay

    Vanity Created from Old Growth Redwood, with stone inlay across the front… A gorgeous burl slab was used for the top, backsplash and front, with a slight contrast using straighter grain Redwood for the carved legs… This was a custom order, to fit into a small "powder room"...(The client is...
  14. Brazillian Cherry Bowl with Blue and White Sand Inlay

    I used three pieces of old cherry scrap flooring glued with original gorilla glue. I used coarse white sand and fine blue sand with CA glue for the inlay. The fine sand seemed to be a LOT harder on my tools than the last project with only coarse sand. I have to reshape my chisels now. I...
  15. Ash Salt & Pepper

    Back at it again with some more inlay. I found some really great, deep red calcite, (which is pretty hard to find). It was well suited to go with the Pennsylvania Ash crotch pieces I chose for this set. The salt shaker is a unique design published in Woodturning Design magazine (Spring 2009) in...
  16. Small Brazillian Cherry Bowl with White and Black Sand Inlays

    Brazillian chery bowl made with three pieces of flooring glued together with original gorilla glue and on each seam I added a white and black sand inlay with CA glue. Finsihed with EEE Ultrashine and Shellawax Cream friction polish
  17. table saw blade knife - walnut - stone inlay

    So the next time you wear out an old table or circular saw blade, dont throw it away, make a knife blade! I just found a template online for a primitive skinning knife and size it properly for your blade. Then trace it onto blade and cut out. We used a torch for this one, but you can use a...
  18. Purple Sand Experiment

    I recieved a variety pack of colored sand in this week and wanted to see how th emixtures looked together. The inlays are made of the following colored sand mixtures starting from the top down #1 = 100% Fine Dark Purple #2 = 55% Coarse White , 15% Fine Dark Purple, 15% Fine Light Purple, 15%...
  19. Taxidermist Display Pedestal

    Here is a single head taxidermist display pedestal that stands on its own. It is inlaid with green gaspeit and has a hand oiled finished www.rmtwist.com
  20. Wood rings with stone inlay

    Worked on those rings for few years already and sold quite a few online. I thought as a first post I can share some of the pictures. Robert
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