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  1. Tall Sideboard

    Tall sideboard, made of massive wood primarily European ash and birch. The counter top is black granite (Swedish Diabase). The finish is clear Osmo-oil. The largest project I have ever done (both time-wise, and in size). It was shown on...
  2. Clothes Tree "Hang em high"

    This piece is taken from the fascinating book "Making Swedish Country Furniture and Household Things" published in 1976 (1990) by Hans Keijser. In it there are detailed drawings and photographs for 35 ordinary items that would have been made and used in the 18th and 19th centuries. Some pieces...
  3. Kitchen Cart

    I really enjoyed making this cart. The upper wrap around is hard maple, the legs were cut from oak stock. Finished with a red mahogany stain. I found some rubber coated casters so it rolls smooth on our wood floors. I have decided to do a pour on the top at a later date just to add some color...
  4. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi everybody. I'm writing article on Wikipedia about rippled moldings (flammleiste). I found some info in english, but not enough. After some time I found detailed swedish document about this technique, but I don't speak swedish. So is here somebody who could translate some parts of it? It's...
  5. Site Help and Suggestions
    I was out combing the streets looking rof discarded furnature to reclaimand found a table. the tag on the bottom said it is made of swedish maple. Is this diffrent from the maple heer in the US?
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