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DSC_0784_reduced.jpgShadow Box II78 views32" wide by 23" tall. A few nice tools. Stanley No 1 bench plane in upper right corner. Blade stamped L. Bailey in half circle - Patented - Dec 24, 1867 (I think 67).
HoldfastFan.jpgHoldfast Fan316 viewsFive Tim Holloway holdfasts, modeled after the one I bought from Galoot blacksmith Brian Emery at Hancock Shaker Village in 1997.Tom11
IMG_20170225_223903.jpgchoking up35 viewsupper grip area, choking up on the tool for detail workdlarue
Bakewell-Back-Saw-Spine.jpgJosiah Bakewell Back Saw spine stamp112 viewsGary Roberts
Sharpening_Stone_005.jpgoil residue in block & broken stone92 viewsblambertjr
cherryspoon.jpgcherry spoon 22 viewsroughed out with a drawknife, finished with a Mora and a Pinewood Forge hook knife.
Will let it dry a bit before putting the finishing touches on it.
hammer1.jpgyet another view 87 viewsRegardless of what it says, is it engraved on stamped? Is it a maker's mark or an owner's mark?Sgt42RHR
step_stool.jpgShaker stepstool243 viewsgood practice for learning hand-cut dovetails.
Also good for demonstrating that buying tools can be useful - I built this for my wife when she was pregnant.

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joinery_small.jpgjoinery4 viewsyou can see the peg through the M&T jointdlarueFeb 13, 2018
chair1.jpgfinials, finally6 viewsMy dubious attempt at the finials.
I may re-turn these before final assembly.
dlarueFeb 11, 2018
chair2.jpgpile of turnings6 viewshere is the pile of turnings from the pole lathe. Still need to finish a bunch of them, they are just rough turned at this point.dlarueFeb 11, 2018
2018_01_24_3109_GClausS.jpgGalootaclaus 2017 overview62 viewsSchwartzJan 28, 2018
2018_01_27_3110_GClausSS.jpgGalootaclaus 2017 detail55 viewsrabbet plane ( rebate Jeff ) awaiting 1st assignmentSchwartzJan 28, 2018
Cabinet_front.jpgCabinet front closed133 viewsThe carcase and frame is all made from a single 40 year old air dried Appalachian black walnut board. The two panels are resawn and book matched from a single off cut of Indiana black walnut saved from the burn pile. The finish is four coals of 1-pound cut amber shellac, well rubbed out with 0000 steel wood after each coat. The whole is finished with a coat of Liberon brown paste wax. The knob is an ebony violin tuning peg. Closure is achieved by a rare earth magnet and a steel screw.Sgt42RHRJan 08, 2018
cabinet_open_empty.jpgCabinet open and empty117 viewsThis is the inside showing the poplar back and the reverse of the book matched front panels. The hangers are 1 1/2 inch Tremont cut finishing nails set in pre-drilled holes with a dab of CA glue.Sgt42RHRJan 08, 2018
Cabinet_open_full.jpgcabinet open full141 viewsHere are some of the reasons I built this cabinet which is attached to wall studs just over and to the side of the dresser.
Sgt42RHRJan 08, 2018

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