Time to turn my attention to making the banding on the table, the banding is very narrow, only 3/16” wide.!https://s3.amazonaws.com/vs-lumberjocks.com/oj8kmy7.jpg! As can be seen on the original table ,it is made up of 2 different veneers...
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I have been quite busy the last few weeks trying to get the base to my interpretation of the Linnell table finished,first thing to do was get the marquetry panels glued onto the rails. Here I will explain with the aid of a few photos the techni...
In the previous post it can be seen that the oak carcass needs veneering, the legs are veneered in mahogany and grooved to except the satinwood strips The next step was to make the oval inlay motif , this turned out to be more complicat...
Now the flasks are placed in the oven upside down and then heated up , first to 300 degrees F and held there for 2 hours so that the wax can run out of the flask. The oven in now heated up to 1370 degrees F over a period of 6 hours and held th...
As mentioned previously, the folk at Keddlestone Hall allowed me to take many photos , these are pics of the cast feet ,I think made of bronze (maybe brass).I realized with all the detail I could not use sand casting and really the only o...