The top is obviously Walnut with Maple inlay. The bottom/frame and panels are American elm, that a friend (who owned a saw mill) and I rescued from the city landfill. The city cut down many Elm trees to try stop Dutch Elm ....
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Today the outside temperature climbed to 26 degrees above zero so I thought it would be a good day to align the blade on my table saw without freezing to death. So I opened the garage door and the garage windows to allow the warmers outside air to...
I certainly don’t need this and I don’t even know what to do with it. But despite the price, I simply couldn’t pass up the opportunity to buy this humongous piece of Katalox or Mexican Ebony (Swartzia spp. S. Cubensis) It’s eight feet long, slight...