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Chair_Back_Dry_Fit_sm.jpgDry fit of seat back - Walnut and American Holly37 viewsNote: dry fit before glue up and before walnut stained black with aniline dye jerkinsj
holly_chair_back_glue_up_small.jpgGluing American Holly laminate for curved seat back28 views jerkinsj
gc2014.jpgFrom my GC, Rudy Desjardins80 viewsA great haul, from left: the "American Blacksmithing, Toolsmiths' and Steelworkers' Manual" by Holmstrom and Holford, a pre-Bahco Öberg 14" single-cut smooth mill file, a 1" Keen Kutter firmer chisel re-handled by James Thompson (the old Millrat), and a vintage Marples & Sons 3/8" outcannel gouge. Thanks, Rudy!madwing
DRBarton.jpgfrom American Industry 187625 viewsPaging Doctor Barton...dlarue
AmericanIndustry.jpgAmerican Industry 187622 viewscool and a half!dlarue
Bagpipe_case_standing_on_edge_ready_for_pick_up.jpgOn edge ready to pick up and go79 viewsAmerican walnut, amber shellac, varnish. Cordovan dyed leather handle. One latch locks. 11 1/2 inches front to back, 25 inches side to side, 5 1/2 inches tall. Half-blind dovetails throughout. The front, back, top, and bottom are 1/2 inches thick while each end is 3/4 inches thick.Sgt42RHR
Galootaclaus_2012.JPGGalootaclaus 2012198 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
blanket_chest_front_left.jpgLeft-front view232 viewsPrimary wood is American black walnut, secondary wood is poplar. Finshed with amber shellac and paste wax. About 41 inches wide, 26 inches tall, 21 inches deep. Molding was made on machines, all other work was done with hand tools.Sgt42RHR
2012_8615s.jpgECE Emmerich 249P99 viewsHornbeam & LV?. Fifty degree bedding.Schwartz
Eric_Sloane_galoot_in_the_picture.jpgGaloot in the picture with Eric Sloane.25 viewsPicture of your's truely as a young galoot at the ground breaking ceremony for the Sloane Stanley Museum.BobL
Eric_Sloane1.jpgGroundbreaking ceremony Sloane Stanley museum.39 viewsGroundbreaking ceremony for the Sloane-Stanley museum on August 7, 1968.BobL
Eric_Sloane2.jpgGroundbreaking ceremony Sloane Stanley museum.33 viewsGroundbreaking ceremony for the Sloane-Stanley museum on August 7, 1968.BobL
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