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  1. Riverside Box in Honduran Rosewood & European Beech

    This box is titled "Riverside" for Riverside, Illinois. It is constructed of book matched 3/8" Honduran Rosewood (note, hardwood and sapwood), with slipfeathers of contrasting rosewood made from the scraps & Ebony escution inlay for lock keyhole. Both top and bottom are European Beech veneer on...
  2. Homemade Cello

    My friends daughter has taken to the cello and so I made her one to keep at home for practice instead of lugging one home from school…......I made the body from scrap mahogany salvage from a restaurant and the neck from almond wood which is very common here in Costa Rica….....I also added a...
  3. Walnut/Mahogany Humidor w/spanish cedar liner "the Chief"

    Finally, my first humidor is done…. This is a commission for a recently retired Command Chief Master Sergeant friend. The top is Mahogany, and was carved with my Carvewright and then stained and sanded. The liner is Spanish Cedar and "floats" in the outer shell of Walnut which has been sealed...
  4. King Joseph Copy

    This is my first copy of a Guarneri Del Gesu, I completed the majority of the woodwork at while still in school. The varnish and set up were done when I was out of school and completed several months ago. The instrument has a bright open tone and really rings in the upper register without having...
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