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A Special Lamp for a Special Lady #1: Getting Started

688 days ago by William | 23 comments »

Some of you who read a lot of my ramblings know that I mostly work with cottonwood, pecan, oak, and mahogany (sapelle actually). The reason for that is that it’s what I have available. So I do what most woodworkers do. I work with what I have. It do not have the funds to seek out more exotic woods.Well, over the course of the last year or so, I have recieved several other species of woods from friends, mostly fellow Lumberjocks. I have been hoarding this wood because, truthfully, I̵...

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Japanese style lamp

1152 days ago by Stevinmarin | 20 comments »

I finally came up with a project for the chunk of Mammoth Kauri sent to me from Bob (TopamaxSurvivor)

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Limbert Lamp Table - Stickley #240 #6: Final Glue Up & Finish

1808 days ago by CaptainSkully | 11 comments »

At the urging of my girlfriend, I fumed a small scrap of QSWO and then went over it with amber shellac and dark brown wax, buffing it out with 0000 steel wool. It’s pretty magnificent. As a result, I decided to give my Limbert table an “authentic” Stickley finish. While waiting for the glue to cook, I fashioned what can only be described as an impromptu fuming tent. Even one of my neighbors came over to see what monstrosity I was building, as they’re usually ...

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Limbert Lamp Table - Stickley #240 #7: Fumearama

1807 days ago by CaptainSkully | 9 comments »

After letting the glue cure overnight, I took it out of the clamps and gave it a final hand sanding. Not too bad, but could be better. I think next time I’ll err on making the legs touch on the outside corners instead of a flat meeting. This caused some gappage that I filled with putty. Since our dog laid down by the tent, I figured it was time to fume. There’s no better time than the present. I carefully put the tent over the table and then propped them both up en...

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Greene and Greene Ceiling Lamp

543 days ago by edward60 | 9 comments »

In this blog I’ll show to you the process of making Greene and Greene ceiling lamp. 1. To cut workpieces 2.Joint with biscuits 3. Glue workpieces4.Makiing patterns 5. Routing workpieces with patterns 6. Making mortises for the hinges 7.Routing bases components 8.Gluing base 9.This is device for the routing joints of the covers component 10. Assembly 11. Staine and finish 12. Assembly lamp with stain glass and fixtures

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Fallingwater Lamp

1215 days ago by Randy Price | 9 comments »

I’ve had some emails asking about the Fallingwater lamp; I’ve put a post on my blog about it with plans & photos: Fallingwater Lamp Randy

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If plan A fails, go to plan B

985 days ago by KnickKnack | 8 comments »

This is a precis of what happened over about a 2 week period… A while ago I came up with what I thought was an interesting design for a lamp base.I was in Lisbon a few weeks ago, and ran across some hand-made paper.Ah ha – fate!I did some sketches, messed about with some bits of wood, did some drawings, and set to.For some reason best known to someone else, I decided to start with the top bit first.It being based on interlocking struts, I prepared some oak strips, cut them to l...

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Lilac Lamp #2: Breakthrough!

2740 days ago by scottb | 8 comments »

Last time I merely defined the legs (or let the crack and grain define them for me), twists and all. Today, armed with some new attachements for the Dremel I cut two channels clean on though to the middle, “freeing” one leg, and nearly completeing the third channel to free the other two. Apart from the wood on the surface, this is some nice, hard wood, and was putting up quite a fight, so this is the progress so far. The Dremel was starting to heat up, and I think I’ll need ...

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Limbert Lamp Table - Stickley #240 #8: Ammonia Fume Finish

1803 days ago by CaptainSkully | 8 comments »

Well, after three days in solitary, I decided to pop the the weasel. The different boards fumed to different tones, but I think with shellac and brown furniture wax, it’ll be just non-perfect enough for some charm. The wood putty had no tannins in it, so it’s almost white. Luckily, one corner is perfect, so that’ll be the one facing out. I tried my Dark Fumed Oak aniline dye, and it didn’t work on the putty either. I even brushed the liquid ammonia directly on...

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Shadow Casting Lamp

707 days ago by WoodJediNTraining | 7 comments »

This shadow casting lamp creates a cool effect to any room by casting a shadow on a wall of any scene you’d like to create in the lamps silhouette panels. For this project I used horses. The front of the lamp shows a horse in a natural calm state on all 4’s . And the frosted front panel of glass gives a nice subtle tone of light to illuminate the room. The back of the lamp has a silhouette of a horse raring on it’s hind legs. This is the side that casts a shadow on...

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