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  1. A Lady's Fancy Dress-Up Walking Cane, with Handcarved Red Long-Stem Roses

    This cane has been "SOLD" and shipped to Wichita, Kansas USA. 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...
  2. 2 Desks

    Finally done and delivered! The though just hit me as I was delivering these two desks, and that is I wish everyone of my clients would order two pieces of the exact same furniture from my. The first desk I built took a heck of a lot longer than the second one. I built the second desk in half...
  3. God's Project Competed!

    This is by far the most unique burl I have ever come across. It is a black oak burl and when I cut into it the burl was white meat with black black bird's eye. This was about 24" in diameter and weighed 140 lbs. Sold it to a guy in New York. Still impressed by this one. HE has no lack in...
  4. Rose Vine Keepsake Box

    This was a project that was an experiment that sort of went wrong. I tried for the first time to take a scrolled inlay pattern, then fill it in with polymer clay and bake according to the instructions. At first I was very pleased with the results, then I looked closely. Yikes! The lid now has a...
  5. Tongue Drum

    Here is a tongue drum I finished not too long ago. It is made of Oak and Purpleheart. Fantastic tone from this. I have it tuned to a Bb pentatonic scale. It took me quite a bit of research to find out how to calculate the relative length of the tongues and how to adjust the tuning for them. I...
  6. The Hilary Clock

    This pattern is from "Advanced Scroll Saw Clocks" by John A. Nelson (1998). I made the first one from red oak plywood as practice (last pic). This final version is cut fro red acrylic with a 1" thick purple heart base. It measures 14" wide, 8" deep and 20" high. I used 4 clear acrylic legs...
  7. Six sided fold out antique table

    This project brought many pieces to the workbench. Every time I picked it up or started to mess with it, more and more pieces would fall off. Through many biscuts, dowels, and gluing, the final product came out pretty nice for the customer. I used the polyshades finish of which I was not all...
  8. marquetry cigar humidor

    This is a handmade humidor decorated with the marquetry art .For the decoration of the humidor we used the best veneers as ebony,teak and spanish cedar for the inside and also real mother of pearl pieces.The design of the humidor is inspired from a ancient greek pottery.This is a handmade...
  9. My only shot at a place in history

    It'll have to be in a museum. I just felt like making something really old-fashioned. But there was another thought too: whenever I go into antique shops, they have a display cabinet with a sign that says, "Not for Sale". By my reasoning, that means they're asked for these quite a lot. Most of...
  10. Black Oak Burl Wood! Wow Wood!

    I have had a black Oak pin burl in my yard for months and I just didn't think there was anything that would turn my eye… boy was I wrong. It yielded about 200 bf of this beautiful stuff. I have Guitar billets, Platter blanks, bowl blanks, duck tube call banks and lots of other blanks out of...
  11. Western red cedar patio table

    I built these tables to match a set of chairs I previously posted. They are made from western red cedar and constructed entirely with mortise and tenon joinery. For these pieces I only had a mixture of light and dark pieces so dimensioned it in a way that I could use dark pieces for the border...
  12. Queen Anne Chest on Chest

    Probably my biggest achievement in woodworking to date, it took about 6 months and is made from walnut. http://www.metacafe.com/fplayer/4717101/walnut_dresser.swfWalnut Dresser - For more funny videos, click here I couldn't get the color in the pictures quite right if anybody...
  13. Simon Willard banjo timepiece

    Repro of rare Simon Willard 8 day weight driven banjo clock. Solid mahogany with book-matched walnut veneer. Note the unique ghostly figure in the veneer! I did not plan on that but look cool. Face was printed in MS Word and antiqued to look 200+ years old. Movement is an authentic Willard...
  14. Boat Cradle

    Well this project is a blast from the past. I built this for wife when we were expecting our first son about ten years ago. it is constructed with thin strips of wood stapled and glued with epoxy onto a form. The accents, rails, transom and rockers are all out of mahogany. The plans were from a...
  15. blackwoodbox

    These boxes are made out of African Blackwood and the inlay out of Blackwood. These Blackwood first cuts that I used for the lids were thrown out as scrap by one of the big furniture manufacturers. An unusual growth on the logs give it this unique grain but I had to hold it together with epoxy...
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  16. champion maple/walnut desk

    Well, i made this desk last year, it took me about a quarter of the school year to design it and the rest of the school year to complete it (up until the day of the competition). I ended up entering it in the technology expo and Utah Valley University and took first place in my category and...
  17. Walnut Bed

    This is the bed I made out of 1-1/4" walnut with Carpathean Elm Burl Veneer. I took some of the ideas from other antiques we have in our home. The crosses are from a bed that my wife's grandfather threw away in 1920. We found it in the mid 70's above a chicken house where it had been for 55...
  18. Red Oak Multi Level Table

    This table is made from Red oak. The table can be used in lower setting for a office table and can be used in the Highest setting as a serving table during family gathering. This table has a total of 8 screws with handles that can be used to raise and lower table or it can be taken apart in...
  19. marquetry cigar humidor alexander the great

    This is my second handmade cigar humidor decorated with marquetry art. It is made with a combination of materials as wood veneer, bronze and mother of pearl pieces. For the outside decoration of the humidor we've used ebony veneer for the image of Alexander the Great and for the flowers we've...
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