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Folding_Chair_Paul_Sandby-View_near_the_Serpentine_River_during_the_Encampment_1780.jpg
Folding_Chair_Paul_Sandby-View_near_the_Serpentine_River_during_the_Encampment_1780.jpgPaul Sandby 1780-View near the Serpentine River during the Encampment26 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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IMG_20170402_101624.jpgdont buy that26 viewsa stanley 45 plow plane for a good price, despite the missing knob and only the one cutter.
I resisted the urge to buy it as I already have a couple of these.
dlarue
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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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Massachusetts_low_chest1.jpgRight oblique view99 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_dovetails1.jpgDovetailed drawers94 viewsI made the four drawers when I got home from the class. I used dividers to maintain the same spacing ratio on each of the drawers, even though the number of tails changed with each drawer.Sgt42RHR
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Massachusetts_low_chest_back_view.jpgBacking boards84 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 pulls83 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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IMG_20160609_224134.jpgsample tenon28 viewsusing the sample tenon to prevent inter-mortise blow-outdlarue
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boiling.jpgBoiling23 viewshere is our cheap and easy maple syrup boiler.
A couple of steam table trays and some fire bricks.
The vent hose is for the forge blower to crank up the fire.
dlarue
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Shellac_pads.jpgShellac Pads38 viewsA few of the many shellac pads I wore through during finishing (pumice and amber shellac). Final finish blonde shellac followed by wax.jerkinsj
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Leg_inserts_and_levelers.jpgLeg inserts and levelers23 viewsAsh inserts fitted to slide into legs. Recessed below surface so minimal amount of leveler shows when in use.jerkinsj
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IMG_6685.JPGdetail of the older leg vise screw mount35 viewsThis may look a bit rough to some, but it is definitely a cleaner installation than the way it was mounted on my grandfather's 80, 90 or more years main bench. This one works quite wel. With two leg vises on the south end mounted 'in plane', it is quite easy to hold short sections (3-5 ft) of lumber for sawing to a line, although the height isn't ideal. Also very useful for holding items when needing to run round tenons with one of the hollow augers.Charlie Driggs
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