Category Archives: Cabinetry

Dressing Table

  This Woman’s Dressing Table (Vanity) was completed in 2011.  It is my original design and utilized only period appropriate materials and construction techniques.  The piece required approximately 900 hours to fabricate.  It received a First Place in Traditional Woodworking Furniture category in the 2011, Design in Wood Exhibition in San Diego, California. Mahogany solids were veneered with […]

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Secretary with bent lamination face

This piece was constructed with various veneers, bending Poplar and Mahogany solids.  I used Parquetry (a geometric pattern created as a result of different wood grains, colors and species) on the front and sides of the cabinet to give interest to an otherwise plain design.  This parquetry consists of flat sawn Mahogany, Mahogany crotch, as well as Walnut and […]

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Liquor Cabinet

Dimensions: Approximately 72” Tall, 48” Wide, 24” Deep Primary Wood Species: Walnut – Straight grain and burl, Macassar Ebony, Quilted Maple, Anigre (bleached), Poplar – both dyed and ebonized Other Materials: Onyx, Olive knuckle hinges, Low voltage lighting Photos: Publication:  Woodshop News, September 2009.  Page 51 Description: This cabinet was designed in the style of […]

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