I have a confession to make: I don’t always post the pictures I receive in a timely manner. Contrary to popular belief, I actually do work for the better part of every day, most days.
For the past month to month and a half or so we have been working on two big projects here. One is a complete build out of all the components used in every piece of hardware we sell. While that may not mean much to you, it does mean a lot to us. It will give us instant access to complete and accurate stock information all the time. For a small company like this one, that is a big deal. The second project we are working on is our catalog #79. While Pablo is doing most of the actual work on it, we all play a role in planning, pricing, and proofing. Phew, that was a mouthful and probably more than you wanted to know. Generally, looking at pictures of furniture is more enjoyable. I want to give you what you want. I have a few .
First up are two pieces from Bernard, the first is a classy Pennsylvania spice box. The second is a great document box with some nice carvings. Both plans came from Fine Woodworking.
Next up we have a small box from Lee.
Next up we have Lesley’s vintage serpentine mahogany low chest. Lesley’s piece started life as a highboy in the 1940’s or 50’s. Lesley cut out two sections, by hand-no power tools, doweled and glued it, and turned it into a low chest for her hall. Nice job Lesley!
Two more! We have Karl Kennedy, of Kennedy’s Furniture Refinishing in Bellefontaine, OH. Karl was kind enough to share his client’s antique sideboard with new pulls.
Finally, we have a gorgeous walnut lace cabinet from Tim.