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Massachusetts_low_chest_front_left_oblique_view.jpgLeft oblique view105 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
Virginia_corner_cabinet1.jpgEastern shore of Virginia corner cabinet157 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
waist_moulding_and_flutes.jpgWaist moulding and flutes113 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
2.jpgH & R ROKER name stamp95 viewsI've used these dividers for several years and last night just happened to notice what appeared to be a letter stamp on one of the legs of the divider. After some careful scraping this was revealed H & R ROKER [CAST STEEL?] Does anyone know about this manufacturer?

I have just learned that it is H & R BOKER.
Pic_2.jpg16 viewsDowned section of an english walnut tree. The tree died in our yard last year for no apparent reason.Gary K
Johnston_wood_stamp.jpgMy maker's mark stamps43 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
ButternutFrames.jpgButternut Picture Frames15 viewsA very last-minute Xmas gift for a niece.dlarue
Stanley_Workmasters.jpgStanley Workmaster screwdrivers ca.1970-1980106 viewsEven though they're plastic, these handles are tremendous!Schwartz
sillinplace.jpgSill install - in place118 viewsI still had to nail on the bullnose molding to the vertical corners of the window opening and obviously the plasterwork needs to be done. madwing
sillsboth.jpgSill install131 viewsThe newly installed windowsill is on the left, and the one from 2008 is on the right. The one on the left will look like the other when the plastering is done.madwing
2013-08-31_Gasforgetest1.jpgGas forge test17 viewsGreg Hahn was kind enough to bring a stack of Freon tanks to the last BagAthon (along with all the wooden wine boxes) and almost a year later, I got a small gas forge set up and running.

Couple of tweaks to the set up. Need to add a choke and a quick connect to the burner and coat the inside with a refractive coating.
2013-02-20_22-41-19_268.jpgWorkmutt fix59 viewswindow crank handle to replace broken plastic vise crank on the Workmate. nicknaylo
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