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BB_bodger_cup.JPGturning a cup24 viewsTurning an end-grain cup on a pole lathe. This required some specialized hook tools.dlarue
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BB_team_log2leg.JPGteam log to leg race10 viewsworking on second legdlarue
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CZK_veneer.JPGtoasty veneer7 viewssome simple and effective wheat motif marquetry.dlarue
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DSC_0784_reduced.jpgShadow Box II64 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).
SomedayForge
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Galootaclaus_tools.jpg2016 Tools from Galootaclaus80 viewsUnmarked spoke shave, Pexto chisel, Buck Brothers chisel, unmarked cast steel narrow chisel, spoon bit, and a block of dense wood that will be perfect for scales for knife or tool handles.Sgt42RHR
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DecAlameda16.jpgAlameda December 201620 viewsFleaBAGs Alameda haul, IOB beader and T&G planes, side rabbet and razee jack planes, clamps, saws, brace etc. nicknaylo
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01-GroupPicture-1.jpgGroup picture114 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
saltchuck
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02-ThreeSmallPlanes.jpgThree small planes106 viewsCoulaux coopering plane, ECE block plane, mint Stanley 220 block planesaltchuck
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Massachusetts_low_chest1.jpgRight oblique view93 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.Sgt42RHR
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Massachusetts_low_chest_back_view.jpgBacking boards78 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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Massachusetts_low_chest_drawer_pull_hardware.jpgDrawer pulls75 viewsAll hardware was bright brass from Ball & Ball. I painted it all with gun bluing which turned it black, then I steel wooled and polished with Simichrome polish which left patina in the deep recesses and hard to reach spots. In this view, one can also see the effect of the dark glaze applied in the fillet of the thumbnail moulding around the drawers.Sgt42RHR
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waist_moulding_and_flutes.jpgWaist moulding and flutes120 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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