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Mitered Dovetail

The Cross is made from maple and butternut.

A lock miter bit and hide glue made very tight joints.

The “Router Joinery 1” class shows how to setup and use the lock miter bit.

Our Stickley #603 Tabouret in oak

This custom headboard is made from quarter sawn sycamore and soft maple.  The finish is a hand rubbed tung oil.

The 3”columns were made using a lock miter cutter we purchased from Joughin Hardware next door.

From start to finish:

The cabinet below is a 102 year old built in bookcase that was cut out of a larger unit.  We reworked and added sides.  We then cleaned and matched the finish and replaced the soss hinges, locksets and escutheons. 

This is an 1840 French Walnut telescoping table.  With the leaves out it is just oves 30”.

With the leves in it is 12 feet long and could go to 13 1/2 feet long.

This is the base unit for the antique bookcase at the top of the page.  It is made from quartersawn white oak and has a 32 step finish to match the bookcase.

The quater rounds were made on a table saw and fitted together.

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