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Massachusetts_low_chest_back_view.jpgBacking boards69 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.Sgt42RHR
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IMG_2082.jpgMortise & Tenon - Slit the envelope, and all this slides out23 viewsPacked in pine hand plane shavings, plain brown wrapper with a string tie, and note to the person gazing upon this for the first time, complete with real wax sealCharlie Driggs
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Johnston_wood_stamp.jpgMy maker's mark stamps41 viewsI mark all my finished work and some of my wooden tools with two stamps. First, I use a small stamp with my last name in all 1/16" capitals. Next, my name is surmounted with a First Model Brown Bess musket Storekeeper's mark.Sgt42RHR
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knife_4.jpgforms17 viewsprepping the form for casting
brown paper and masking tape.
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Thonnet_Chaise.jpgThonet Rocking Chaise71 viewsFrom Vienna Applied Arts Museum (Museum fur Angewandte Kunst - MAK). Rocking Chaise ca 1890. Beechwood, partly bent, stained brown, cane. "One of the most elegant and formally most self evident products of the Thonet manufacture." from room brochure.jerkinsj
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Galootaclaus_2012.JPGGalootaclaus 2012197 viewsElf Scott Garrison is both prescient and creative! I now have a CD recording of fiddle and guitar performance of music from Thomas Jefferson's library, a set of lovely 17th century French playing cards (now I really have to finish that folding table), Kauffman's wonderful book on Early American Copper, Tin & Brass, a bottle of Old Brown Glue (now I have no excuse not to use hide glue on my next project), and a bottle of beeswax and orange oi wood conditioner (and I've got an old family rocker that's going Sgt42RHR
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blanket_chest_front_view.jpgFront View154 viewsIIRC these are Ball & Ball Chippendale escutcheons and drops, and because I wanted a more used patinated effect for the chest, I got these in an antique brass finish. I cut faux key holes and blackened the insides. To add the the patina, between the fourth and fifth coats of 1 pound cut amber shellac I brushed on a light coat of brown sludge gleaned from the bottoms of near empy stains I had lying around. I then wiped the glaze off vigorously, leaving only shadowy, dirty lines at joints and fillets; this seemed to add depth to the finish as well.Sgt42RHR
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