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IMG_20160724_154555.jpghandy tool for wedge mortise layout13 viewsnever used this one in anger before, but wow, it rocks for laying out tusk tenon mortises! The square blade is used to wrap the mortise locations from one face to the other, the bevel dictates the angle.dlarue
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sunlight_to_see_grain.JPGOutside69 viewsBefore rockers and corbels. photo outside to show grain, gratuitous pic of my Aussie, HenryBrentpmed
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sense_of_scale.JPGSense of scale76 viewsMy Grandson's new rocking chair next to an adult sized Stickley Brentpmed
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first_use.JPGGrandson in new chair73 viewsIt rocks, It really rocks. Brentpmed
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grandson_in_chair.JPGGrandson in new chair71 viewsIt rocks, It really rocks. Brentpmed
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Hatchets.jpgcarving hatchets13 viewsThese are my carving hatchets.
Little one is a James Smart Brockville product.
Larger one has a makers mark that I don't recognize.
dlarue
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Bedrock604BeforeScaled.jpgBedrock604Before123 viewsBedrock 604 "As Found"saltchuck
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Bedrock604AfterScaled.jpgBedrock604After133 viewsBedrock 604 after cleanupsaltchuck
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Thonnet_Chaise.jpgThonet Rocking Chaise71 viewsFrom Vienna Applied Arts Museum (Museum fur Angewandte Kunst - MAK). Rocking Chaise ca 1890. Beechwood, partly bent, stained brown, cane. "One of the most elegant and formally most self evident products of the Thonet manufacture." from room brochure.jerkinsj
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Galootaclaus_2012.JPGGalootaclaus 2012197 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
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DSCN1567_2.JPGSharpening Rock67 viewsIt turns out it is not a sharpening stone, it is a sharpening rock - at least 1/2 a rockRuby
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shop_10_17_05_010.jpgMidi-Lathe stand100 viewsRe-arranged some scrap to support my little lathe
rock solid and I can add ballast on the shelf
roy griggs
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