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DSC_0784_reduced.jpgShadow Box II72 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).
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Mangled1.jpgmangled chisels26 viewsa sash morticing chisel for working around corners.
and a former socket chisel.
wicked.
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b.jpgModified to 1/8 inch76 viewsAn old Two Cherries 1/4 inch chisel that I reground to 1/8 inch to use in cleaning out the corners in dovetail sockets.Sgt42RHR
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IMG_5515.jpgStanley 48, side of box109 viewsYou can see no finger joints, no chestnut, and nails holding glued butt-jointed corners. I believe the wood is poplar.madwing
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Massachusetts_low_chest_front_left_oblique_view.jpgLeft oblique view115 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.Sgt42RHR
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Virginia_corner_cabinet1.jpgEastern shore of Virginia corner cabinet167 viewsI began this two years ago in a class with Lonnie Bird at the Lonnie Bird School of Fine Woodworking, and just got back to finishing it up. While most Eastern shore of Virginia corner cabinets were painted pine, a few were made in walnut. These were typically build by finish carpenters rather than joiners. These carpenters used elements they were familiar with in building homes in the Eastern shore. Glazed doors, arched top doors, raised panel doors, strong bases, fluted pilasters, set-back capitals, etSgt42RHR
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waist_moulding_and_flutes.jpgWaist moulding and flutes126 viewsThe fluted pilasters in this piece are frequent details in Eastern shore of Virginia corner cabinets. The curve of each flute is reversed at the bottom which adds interest and helps direct the eye upward to the set-back capital and cornice.Sgt42RHR
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Cornice_moulding_right_side.jpgCornice moulding detail right column100 viewsThe glaze which I applied and then removed between the 5th and 6th coats of one-pound cut shellac really causes the changes in the shape of the moulding to be much more noticeable.Sgt42RHR
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bottom_door_arched_top.jpgArched top bottom doors90 viewsRaised panel and arched top raised panels are common features on Eastern shore Virginia corner cabinets.Sgt42RHR
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Glazed_door_arched_top.jpgArched top glazed door76 viewsArched top glazed doors were a common feature on Eastern shore Virginia corner cabinets. Sgt42RHR
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cornice_moulding_left_side.jpgCornice moulding detail left column75 viewsThe cornice moulding is built up from three segments.Sgt42RHR
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Skewed_Chisels.jpgSkew Chisels67 viewsA pair of skew chisels made from a Stanley and a Buck Brothers. These will be great for cleaning out dovetails and inside cornersBrentpmed
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