Somewhat Stickley inspired sideboard


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I have to admit that I was not a fan of the hinges but after seeing the piece in the room and the room's over all style, I think it works out really well.  I guess it means you can't move or if you do, the sideboard will have to stay.

The sideboard came out beautiful, well done.

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1 hour ago, pkinneb said:

Beautiful wood and great craftsmanship in that piece! What was your finish process / product on it?

The stain color is called Michaels Cherry  followed by two coats of shellac and General Finish High Performance until I like the look or get tired of cleaning the fuji or sponge brush when its -15 degrees.

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1 hour ago, Coop said:

I see pheasant tracks on that far hill! :D

Must be a big pheasant, that far hill is about 1 1/2 miles away were my closest neighbor lives. Could be a turkey they are everywhere trying to find something to eat right now.

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A really nice piece. and well executed. In the shop. Then in that perfect setting it looked even better. The entire room with the new work is inviting. I'm imagining a lot of food and a lot of people at that table. Maybe some wild game too...

 

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On 2/17/2021 at 9:34 PM, B1rdhunter said:

It came out better than I had hoped for from a retired bricklayer/wood hacke

B1rdhunter, Do you have some of your masonry work on the property? I would like to see it even though this is a woodworker site I'm sure nobody would mind seeing some of your art. Thanks

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