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Cabinet_front.jpgCabinet front closed132 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.Sgt42RHR
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IMG_3650.jpgWhen the sixth box delivery of the day was slit open .. 17 views... the contents definitely were not the other item being awaited for the day's shipments. No indeed, a whole cubic foot of mahogany shavings tried to escape onto the family room furniture and carpet, but were quickly forced back inside. A quick check of the shipping label revealed the culprit .. err ... Elf over in Asheville NC had been at work. A little creative stretching of an elfin sack, and six objects nicely wrapped in holiday paper appeared from within the shavings.Charlie Driggs
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IMG_3652.jpgThe six objects within the tight wrappings were these .. 70 viewstwo versions of what I expect are hot sauce, and very hot sauce; a small box from Lee Valley and a device within not seen before by this Galoot; three large chunks of dogwood wood (is there a rhyme tied to that somewhere?), Michael Dunbar's Federal Furniture book in hardcover, and one of the Charles Hayward series on period furniture, this volume on the English breeds of the speciesCharlie Driggs
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IMG_3654.jpgand in the little Lee Valley box we find ... 70 views.. a circular guillotine-ish device for sharpening pencils ... if you get fed up with the pencil, this could give it a slow return to the Earth from which it sprung, sliver by sliver of cedar shavings. I think I can use this without blood spatters involved.Charlie Driggs
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Diderot_folding_chair_plan_drawing_schematic-enlarged.jpgDiderot folding chair schematic drawings87 viewsFrom Diderot's Encyclopedia two images of folding camp chairs. The first appears to have a fabric seat, whereas the second example appears to have a slip seat.Sgt42RHR
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Folding_Chair_Paul_Sandby-View_near_the_Serpentine_River_during_the_Encampment_1780.jpgPaul Sandby 1780-View near the Serpentine River during the Encampment32 viewsA pencil, pen and watercolour drawing of the Serpentine river in Hyde Park during the encampment set up during the Gordon Riots in 1780. A large mess tent at centre back, with soldiers, camp followers and dogs by the tree-lined water. A girl with a wheelbarrow on the left, an officer on a folding chair at far right. Inscribed in pencil on the mount, 'Hyde Park during the Encampment 1780Sgt42RHR
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more_enlarged_folding_chairs.jpgEnlarged image of 1780 folding camp chair30 viewsWhile it's not clear from the drawing, this appears to be the slip seat model as shown in the second example from Diderot.Sgt42RHR
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DSCN1072.JPGferule13 viewscool cast ferulesdlarue
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IMG_20170807_165136.jpgpair of stools20 viewspair of stools for Thescorre Courtdlarue
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BB_classes.JPGgreenwood classes32 viewsthe two days prior to the Bodgers Ball had a lot of courses in the big marquee.dlarue
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BB_judging_chairs.JPGarm and side chairs24 viewsjudging chairs in the craft competitiondlarue
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BB_team_log2leg.JPGteam log to leg race23 viewsworking on second legdlarue
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