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  1. Keepsake box

    Sides are maple, splines are walnut, lid is walnut/maple/cherry/padauk.
  2. Lebanon Tiger - Segmentation

    This segmentation piece I made based off our high school mascot the tiger. Made from 3/4 inch maple and stained with various stains. I do not have any black stain so I used black shoe dye.
  3. Walnut and tiger maple coffee table

    I guess I tried to use a bit of arts-and-crafts influence in this one, although the wood choice is obviously non-traditional. When I first brought it up from the basement, my wife hated it. But she has gotten so many compliments on it over the years, that I think she has taken a liking to it...
  4. Scrolled Tiger by my Son

    Ok, I'm bragging about my son again. This was my Father's Day present from him, and I was delighted with how his scrolling skills have improved so substantially. He used 3/4" pine. I love it. ;)
  5. Tiger Maple Desk

    Desk made for my Daughter. She plays the violin in High school and I tried to sugest a violin by using the fiddle back maple. The lumber came from a fundraising auction at Jeffry Lohr woodworking. It is all 4/4 so I had to laminate the legs and feet. The effect is pretty cool. Top is 48×26 and...
  6. English Walnut and Tiger Maple laminated target rifle gunstock

    I just finished this target rifle stock. It's made from English walnut and tiger maple. The design is modeled on the Remington 40X target stock and it's inletted for a short action Savage. It's just rough sanded to 100 grit at this stage. I'll sand it with 180 and 220 grit before I ship it to...
  7. Segmentation Tiger - Framed

    This is a present for my son's high school soccer coach. It is a segmentation of of tiger which is the school mascot. The tiger is 3/4" soft maple, the grass is western red cedar, and the frame is red oak. The piece is approximately 22.5" x 14.5". Thanks to Neal Moore for the tiger pattern from...
  8. Tiger maple “Tiger Frame"

    This picture frame I made for my brother in law. He is a huge Detroit Tigers fan. My wife bought him a poster of a front page headline from the Detroit Free Press of the 1984 World Series when the Tigers won. I used curly maple and dyed the wood ebony first then sanded it back until the black...
  9. Tiger Portrait

    Just finished this tiger for my son. His high school mascot is the tiger. The method is called segmentation. I am doing some segmented pieces to hone my scroll saw skills. The plan comes from Neal Moore's book "Animal Portraits in Wood." The tiger is 12.5" x 9.75" and is made from soft maple...
  10. TIGER IN THE WATER from Start to Finish

    HERES ONE THAT MY DUGHTER HAS ALREADY TOLD ME THAT sHE WANT TWO OF THEM MADE. TIGERS ARE HER FAVORITE ITEM TO HANG ON HER WALL. Here is the one I will keep for my sale. I talked to my Daughter today, and she doesn't know wether to leave as a wood burning or color them I will be starting on them...
  11. Eli Terry Scroll & Pillar Clock

    Finally, after more than a year of diligent work, research and patience, it is completed. First, a brief intro to the man who invented the wooden clock movement that made his "scroll and pillar clock" work. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eli_Terry And so, here are pics of my version of his clock...
  12. Curly Maple Cradle

    Well, it's finally finished. I built this cradle for our son that is due on 2/4. It's 1/2" thick curly maple from Wall Lumber finished with Transtint dark vintage maple dye dissolved in water, BLO and amber shellac. I'm not 100% happy with the shellac finish, but perhaps years from now when I...
  13. Clawfoot bowl

    This is a Pecan turned/carved hollow form. Pecan has two layers to it's bark, the crusty chunky layer that you can flake off, and a much harder, darker and more solid layer, which is what I smoothed out on the natural edge rim. It has 5 claws altogether. It's about 5.5" tall, and 8.5" diameter.
  14. Folk Art Walking Cane: American Indian Apache Chief Geronimo Carved Bust, Zebrawood, Malachite

    ------------------------------------------- This cane was commissioned and has been "SOLD" and shipped to Tampa, Florida USA. Cane Serial No.: #2009-12 Height 37" Welcome Web Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet, go toward the bottom of this posting...
  15. Pipe "Tiger Hunt"

    Pipe "Tiger Hunt". Pear, beech, hazel, amber, Crimean Trues. 35 cm. 2011.
  16. Ebony Picture Frame

    Hello. This is a picture frame I made for a sketch I drew for my mom for mother's day. Its made out of Gaboon Ebony so its as black as could be and has many half lap joints holding the parts together. When I finished the sketch and my mother requested that I make a frame for it so she could...
  17. Tiger Maple and Pomele Sapele Cribbage Box

    This was my first attempt at making a box. It was commissioned as a birthday present for a woman's husband who played dominoes as well as cribbage and wanted storage space for them. The box is made of Tiger Maple and the cribbage pattern on top is inlaid with Pomele Sapele. The keys on the...
  18. Flame birch and walnut coaster set

    A coaster set I made a few years ago, holding up great
  19. TigeRinger

    My wife asked me to make her a ring holder in the shape of a pyramid or some sort to have a dedicated place for the rings as sometimes they need to be searched for 8o) . At first I thought I'd rig my drill press to turn something, but thought it may be too much trouble at the moment while I'm...
  20. Sculpted Fine-Art or Folk-Art, Walking Cane with "Amazing Grace" Music Notes

    This cane has been "SOLD" Welcome Web Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet, go toward the bottom of this posting where you'll find a list of canes that I have built that are ready to ship immediately. Also, there are links to several more customized...
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