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A customer in Ohio ordered six 12" lazy Susans made from zebrawood as gifts for this upcoming Christmas. Zebrawood is a very striking and distinctive wood. It is somewhat difficult to work because it has a coarse texture that is prone to tear out and chipping, so requires some special care. These lazy Susans are finished with gloss polyurethane.
This is a handmade antique box that I repaired and refinished. I'm not certain of the wood species, but it has some excellent character. For details about the repair and refinish process on this piece, you can check out the listing on my shop.
The picture above is of one of the 19 business card stands I made from some of the leftover spalted maple from the meditation stools. I also made about 60 others in a variety of materials, all of which are available on my shop.
These three boxes are crafted from all quartersawn sapele, an African hardwood that is in the same family as mahogany, Meliaceae. The bottoms are solid sapele roughly 1/4" thick, housed inside grooves along the length of the sides. They are finished with polyurethane. Maple-splined miter joints.
This custom coat rack was made for a customer outside of Seattle, WA. It is made from walnut dyed reddish-brown, sealed with dewaxed shellac, then glazed with a dark brown wiping oil stain. It is finished with gloss polyurethane.
This project was a custom furniture order of eight meditation stools for my local University's housing department. The stools have spalted maple seats, and either walnut or hard white maple legs. They are finished with tabletop epoxy.
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