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  1. artificial wooden skeleton 13 year agou

    I was not accepted artist in czechoslovakia nobody was in respect with my work it`s a sample way the piece is 13 years old
  2. Chair reproduction

    A client bought 10 of these chairs and needed 12, so I made a couple more. They are white oak legs and the rest of the chair was upholstered. Hand carved and lightly disstressed to match the orginal chairs. I had 62 hours in each chair.
  3. scrolled napkin basket

    this was a requested project for my grandma for christmas. it is a basket for napkins made of 1/4 oak, sanded to 320 and finished w/3 coats of satin polyurethane as you can see im not very good at fretwork the patterns came from scroll saw illustrated, but were modified due to a slight…mishap...
  4. marquetry wine cellar

    the dimensions of this project is 240cm x 230cm and we can place 300 bottles.The marquetry designs on the two doors its made with over 1000 pieces on each door.
  5. 2 Victorian Girl Scroll Saw Clocks

    I saw a neat pattern for a Victorian girl pointing at a clock. I decided to make one for each of my 2 sister's as Christmas gifts. The girls are maple, the clock ring is red oak, the background board is plywood with milk paint, and the frame is pine painted slightly darker with conventional...
  6. Diy Cat House

    in this project I use 1/2 inch plywood to construct a box for a wall mounted cat house on each side panel I use a pattern bit and pattern to make a perfect square hole and as well as the front I make a perfect circle with a pattern. I use a french cleat on the back to mount it to the wall and...
  7. Bar top

    A Christmas present for one of my past customers, she wanted it made for the home bar her husband wants to build, glad we could get it done for them. 5' long X 25'' to 31" wide X 2" thick. This has an epoxy bar top finish on it. I had the opportunity to teach my daughter how to do the epoxy...
  8. A Miniature Hollow Form. Another "Charity Piece"....

    Today, September 21st 2014, marks 6 years since my dear friend Jillian died as the result of a tragic accident, falling 700 feet from a mountain track in the Snowdonia region or North Wales, UK. In her memory, I have turned this Miniature Hollow Form, with a Brass inlay, that I will auction &...
  9. Tread holder for my sewingroom.

    Working as a teatre tailor I have long thinking about to make a small tread holder for big tread rolls for my sewing room. So yesterday I made this one. Above the center of the role is a small iron ring in witch the tread is passing and then directly to the sewing machine. On that way it is no...
  10. Men's Valet Box With Phone Charging, Texas Cedar Elm and Nogal

    On this box I used Alder for the inner part of the box then bandsawed out the drawers along with the hidden compartments and then came back and wrapped it as you would a traditional miter joint box, I used Nogal (Peruvian Walnut) for the base and Texas Cedar Elm for the lid, drawer pulls, hinges...
  11. Holiday Luminary

    I have started on some of my holiday makings. This is one that I have been wanting to make for awhile, just didn't make the time to do it. Well, here it is. This is called Holiday Luminary and the pattern called for all four sides to be cut out the same. I thought it was too busy so I made...
  12. frame and letter opener

    Just another couple of projects that I recently finished. A frame made out of rosewood and not sanded too fine as I wanted to keep the appearance of the old timber look. The other, is a victorian style letter opener that was in the Feb. 2010 creative woodworks and crafts magazine. It is made...
  13. Gun Cabinet

    Custom solid ash gun cabinet (no plywood) with dovetail drawers, bullet handles, laminated glass, light, locks. This custom made ash gun cabinet is made of solid ash with a solid ash 1/2 back on it. Inside it has trim and a LED light with 2 settings. The trim and crown is handmade with combining...
  14. PLYWOOD DRINK MATS/ COASTERS !

    Please check out the video here I ripped my 18 mm thick plywood down to 100 mm wide then set up a stop and set my fence to cut 12.5 mm strips referencing off of the stop. I then spread glue on the pieces and glue them together with the ply laminations facing outwards. I then proceeded to do a...
  15. My 12 blade wooden windmill

    I built this windmill out of exterior grade plywood and I used pine for the body and tail. I finished it with 3 coats of marine varnish. Each blade is identical and weighed and balanced for optimal rotating in even the high winds in my area ( the Santa Ana winds ) I have made a bunch of...
  16. walnut adirondack chairs

    let me start by saying that i don't really like adirondack chairs. these were built as a commission. a friend of the family had planned on making them but got overwhelmed and paid me to do it for him. the design is nothing special, but i wanted to post them to show off the wood. i left a...
  17. Carved Victorian Kitchen Cabinet

    This one-of-kind Victorian Kitchen Cabinet I carved for display for Stone Age Tile Company in Anaheim ,CA. Everything was carved from 2" (5 cm) Honduras Mahogany. It took me about 15 month to do it (include designing ,building and carving). Inlaid for Kitchen Island made with 12...
  18. Baby crib

    This is a crib one of our customers ordered, these are really time consuming to build and finish. It has 6 coats of hand rubbed clear gloss poly. I tried to keep it simple so it's easy to break it down if necessary to move but also stay rigid. The biggest challenge was the verticals, I made 50...
  19. Victorian spandrel

    A Victorian spandrel to decorate the passageway between front hall and dining room. The design is original, inspired by an article in Victorian Homes magazine (Dec 2011 issue). The design is crafted for my wife who is a bird fancier as well as a fan of all things Victorian. Lots of scroll...
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