|Blog series by Dan'um Style||updated 04-05-2010 08:16 PM||7 parts||12400 reads||48 comments total|
My customer wanted a couple-hundred-dollar frame for a rare Japanese print.http://www.hanga.com/viewimage.cfm?ID=3300 the print...Gamble House Museum photos... ..and my approval sketch..... ............
Honduran Mahogany from Peru … very dense tight, with zero defects. perfectly straight grain parallel to the sides thru and thru … had this board in my mahogany pile for nearly 15 years....... ,,/..thank you for looking at my wood
Part 4: details cut,sanded, chamfered, morticed for ebony pins,glued & oak pegged, polished &cut ebony pins
Greene and Greene cloud lift details cut,sanded. Edges 24grit chamfered and polished,... mortise holes for the 3/8” x 1/2” ebony pins, ... glued it up & drilled and installed the oak pegs, ... cut, sanded,polished the ebony pins
glued in the ebony pins, dark oak aniline alcohol dyed and Japanese dryer jazzed-up Minmax red mahogany oil stained …. Exact same stain I use on my quartersawn oak…. note that all of the non-face board edges,chamfers etc were 24grit edge sanded on my ole 6×80 2 horse…I like the texture and think it adds more visual interest and another plus it becomes a couple shades darker.Every thing else is sanded to 400grit and rubbed out with steel wool….which is another pro...
It hangs in the window of the stained glass studio on Broad Street in downtown Middletown Ohio...... http://beauverre.net/..