At first, I was enamored with #802, as done so well by Dale
I looked it up in Robert Lang’s book “Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture”. I found an article on building it in Woodworking Magazine, Summer 2009 edition. I felt like I had done my homework and thought I might slip this in between the dining table and the chairs. We already have decent chairs.
I didn’t really realize it until I saw Stickley Sideboard #818 at the Arts & Crafts Fair in San Francisco this morning that I thought the #802 was a bit anemic for our future dining room set and the #800 was a bit much for anything less than a formal dining room. I came across an antique #818
I showed it to my girlfriend and asked permission of the vendor to take a picture, which she graciously allowed, thanking me for asking. I then found #818 in a Stickley catalog and jotted down the dimensions. I believe the isometric view and the overall size will allow me to reverse engineer the plans for this ala Robert Lang. I may even draw them up in AutoCAD and post them here.
If I keep up this rate, I’m going to have to get a branding iron…
-- You can't control the wind, but you can trim your sails