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  1. Mahogany, Walnut and Zebrawood Coffee Table

    Just finished this coffee table. This is my first furniture project entirely of my own design. Woods are genuine mahogany, black walnut (from Missouri, I'm told), and zebrawood veneer for the inlay. The mahogany top uses two 11" wide boards with a little figure in them, which may come through a...
  2. Zebrawood Lazy Susan

    This is my 24 inch diameter Zebrawood Lazy Susan. It has just over 360 pieces of Zebrawood veneer to give it the swirl pattern. It really looks great as it spins, especially with light shinning on it. The edges are banded with the same veneer to give it a nice finished look.
  3. Zebra - Segmentation

    Made this zebra for my niece several years ago. It is a segmentation piece made from 3/4 maple and various stains. The zebra is about 7 inches tall and has 70 pieces. The pattern is from Patrick Spielman and Kerry Shirts' book "Scroll Saw Art"
  4. Dads Cremation Memorial Box

    This Memorial is very special to me. My dad, Richard, past in Feb, he was a very good man. I wanted to do something special soo I decided to make him a Memorial Box For his ashes to be desplayed with honor. This s the first time I have done a "fine woodworking project" usually I do rustic log...
  5. Jewelry Armoire

    I made this case for my son to give to LOHL. I told him that he needs to put "something special" inside it. She loves all things zebra related, so the woods are zebra wood and walnut which I think compliments the zebra wood very well. She also has a lot of necklaces so that was the primary...
  6. Wine Stoppers and Holding Block

    Smaller project I made for my mother. Turned two wine stoppers. One is made from Zebra wood and the other from some Rainbow Poplar. Both are finished with a friction polish. I made the block out of some Pau Rosa wood and made an inlay border around the bottom with Wenge. The block was finished...
  7. Who knew you could get a beautiful box from a zebra?

    I had a piece of zebrawood that was very unique, but had a couple of cracks in it. I worked around them the best I could and made a small box. Boy was I surprised. This little box came out stunning. I chose the large swirl for the front and it really gives the box some punch. The splines...
  8. Shaker Side Table in Black Walnut

    This is a shaker-inspired side table that I made using plans from WoodWorker's Journal April '07. This is my second wood project. There are some techniques from the first project that I'd like to work on as well as trying out new tools and techniques that I've seen along the way. New...
  9. Jewelry Armory

    Well, actually it's a jewelry armoire, but anyone with enough bling to fill this unit up really has an arsenal that needs an armory 8^) What a long strange trip this has been! Purely a prototype that I still hope to sell, but plenty of goofs that tested my creative repair skills. The basics...
  10. Walnut and Zebrawood Maloof inspired Hal Taylor rocking chair

    This sculpted rocking chair is built from 2'' Canadian Black Walnut accented with Ebony plugs. This is a medium version ( 5' 7'' - 5' 11'' ). This chair has 2 unique features that make it stand out even next to one of our other rocking chairs. First the leg/headrest design borrows more form...
  11. Zebra from Zebrawood

    This was my first attempt at a "bandsaw horse"-type project. I had some extra pieces of Zebrawood around, and what better to make than a zebra? Turned out pretty well for not having the right blade for my bandsaw.
  12. Toucan Wood Geared Electromagnetic Clock

    Toucan is a wood geared electromagnetic clock. The plans for the clock are from Clayton Boyer and was built using baltic birch for the gears, pine for the base and the dial, walnut for the hands as well as accents on the dial. I used mesquit for the pendulum pivot, rosewood for the weight and a...
  13. First pens!

    First pens I've ever made. As well as the first use for my new general maxi vs+ lathe! First is just a regular slimline done in maple, the second is a greek point slimline done in zebra wood. sanded to 12000 grit using the micro mesh pads I got and finished them in polyurethane then waxed. Will...
  14. Humidor - Okoume and Zebra

    OK…first post in almost 7yrs and 3 months!!! Humidor body from Okoume, lid panel of Zebra, and walnut edgebanding. Spanish cedar liner with lift out "favorites" tray. Holder in the lid for Boveda humidity packs is attached via magnets. Finish is Rubio Monocoat Pure
  15. Bread Knife/Board Set

    Here is a matching bread board and bow knife I've made as a thank you to my Aunt. It's made from zebra wood and some lightly figured maple. Relatively simple, but I like how they both turned out and am excited to offer them to my Aunt as she always gets excited when I make something new for...
  16. Mens Valet bandsaw bow, Zebra and Walnut.

    Another mens valet box, I made this bandsaw box using Zebra and Walnut it has two large drawers with seperated trays on top. Measurement are 12" W x 3" H x 6 3/4 D
  17. First pen!

    Ok, I know this isn't a big deal to a lot of you folks, but I finished my first pen on the lathe! Being involved with the current screwdriver swap here on LJs, the dialog in the forum for it has been great! Among the dialog was discussion about upcoming swaps. One of the upcoming swaps might be...
  18. Live Edge Bookshelf

    Book shelf made out of solid walnut with zebra wood back accent panels. Shelves have sapwood toward the front edges and the middle shelf still has a "live edge" on it. Zebra wood back panels are book matched. Finished with hand rubbed Tried and True oil finish, a thin layer of seal coat shellac...
  19. 3 new pens, well 2 1/2

    I got 3 pens kits from Lee Valley to try on my little lathe. 2 turned out ok, some minor things that only me and us LJ's would notice, but 'normal' people never see. Those 2 are paduik and cocobolo. The third pen was zebra, but when I was drilling it, I got a little crooked and came out right...
  20. Basic Instinct

    I have been intrigued with eyes lately and I saw a painting of this one while searching for new project. I made my pattern with painting in mind and this is what I came up with. I liked the idea of the zebra seeing the lion at the last second. Did he get away? You make the call. It was made...
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