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  1. Three vases, Two thrones, and a hooded table top

    1) vase#1 - basswood, soapstone (base), tempera paint, 2 1/2' tall 2) vase #2 - Buckeye, Holly (base), 3' tall 3) vase #3 - Basswood, found objects (pulley wheel, grinding wheel, circular sawblade) base… I used the saw blade as a very large washer. 3' tall 4) two thrones - chainsawn from...
  2. scrap woods going down the crapper

    always looking for a way to use scrap wood as i hate trow it away , it just keep piling up and eventually i have to with winter coming up fire wood i suppose ,like to thank http://lumberjocks.com/Slovenian for this one great idea http://lumberjocks.com/projects/25071 this is cypress and some...
  3. The throne.

    Just one more posting before I disappear for a week. This originated as part of a church pew removed from a local church during modernisation. It certainly beats the plastic versions for looks and comfort and always elicits a comment when visitors emerge. I'm not sure whether it should have...
  4. A Throne for a day

    This is the last of the community woodworking projects that I had to complete for our street party on 4th June to celebrate our queen's diamond jubilee. One day my wife came home from work with an old oak carver chair from a dining suite. The conversation went something like this: Wife: Can...
  5. Cedar Throne

    This was designed as an entryway/porch chair with its shallow depth. It is made of Aromatic cedar. All the spindles were roughed up with a draw knife and the joints of the back panel were scraped with a V lathe knife to give it an overall appearance of being an old weathered chair. It stands...
  6. Blogs
    Throne: Maloof seat, slabs of mahogany and walnut with ebony sticks I extended design concept for a throne by Taylor Donsker (great young LA designer in wood). Added Maloof seat and large arm rests in mahogany. Changed spine to mahogany. Enlarged seat back with large wings made from slab of...
  7. Finishing
    Help! I'm building myself a desk from a kiln dried River Redgum slab 1.9m x .9m x 43mm thick. I've researched finishing to death, and had decided to go with Bondall monocell Gold Marine Varnish - Satin. The slab was beautifully surfaced when I recieved it and I have only needed to use a...
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