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west_cross.jpgWest Cross, Tenterden, Kent18 viewsThe home in 1851 of Thomas Beall, edge tool makerbugbearDec 07, 2016
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01-GroupPicture-1.jpgGroup picture115 viewsLeft to right, top to bottom:
Coulaux coopering plane, ECE block plane, Stanley 220, English Infill Smoother, Record 043 plough plane, P.A. Gladwin & C Dado plane, English Infill Shoulder plane, English turnscrew, Charles Taylor cleaver
saltchuckNov 30, 2016
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02-ThreeSmallPlanes.jpgThree small planes107 viewsCoulaux coopering plane, ECE block plane, mint Stanley 220 block planesaltchuckNov 30, 2016
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03-CoulauxAdjuster.jpgCoulaux adjuster88 viewsFrom a Coulaux coopering plane (French)saltchuckNov 30, 2016
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04-InfillShoulder-1.jpgInfill Shoulder Plane, side view65 viewsGunmetal shell, ebony infill, 1.5" iron
Purchased from Charles Stirling, Bristol Design, Bristol, UK
saltchuckNov 30, 2016
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05-InfillShoulder-2.jpgOwner's mark (?) on Infill Shoulder plane63 viewsGunmetal shell, ebony infillsaltchuckNov 30, 2016
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06-InfillSmoother-1.jpgInfill Smoother, side view70 viewsSteel shell, rosewood infill, Ward iron.
Purchased from Gerry Dawson in Lyme Regis, England
saltchuckNov 30, 2016
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07-InfillSmoother-2.jpgInfill Smoother, front view62 viewsSteel shell, rosewood infill, Ward ironsaltchuckNov 30, 2016
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Massachusetts_low_chest_front_left_oblique_view.jpgLeft oblique view109 viewsThis is a western Massachusetts low chest, more plain and primitive than a Boston-made version. I used Moser's Honey Amber Maple waterborne aniline dye to get the color of aged maple. I applied a single coat of gloss wiping varnish after applying the dye. Next, I applied five coats of one-pound cut amber shellac. I then carefully applied and scrubbed away with mineral spirits a dark glaze in the fillets, corners, etc. to accentuate the moulding details. Last a sixth coat of one-pound cut amber shellac.Sgt42RHRNov 12, 2016
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Massachusetts_low_chest1.jpgRight oblique view94 viewsOne of the features of using tiger maple is that as the eye moves around the piece, the grain changes shape and color. The grain on the right side is particularly striking.Sgt42RHRNov 12, 2016
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Massachusetts_low_chest_dovetails1.jpgDovetailed drawers85 viewsI made the four drawers when I got home from the class. I used dividers to maintain the same spacing ratio on each of the drawers, even though the number of tails changed with each drawer.Sgt42RHRNov 12, 2016
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Massachusetts_low_chest_back_view.jpgBacking boards79 viewsAll secondary wood in this piece is poplar. The backing boards have one coat of one-pound cut amber shellac on them. I was surprised that a couple of the boards were almost brown, unusual for poplar.Sgt42RHRNov 12, 2016
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