|Project by koraile||posted 12-24-2014 02:00 PM||3381 views||21 times favorited||34 comments|
A smal dining room cabinet, i cant remember the English name for it, but its used to store dishes and tablecloths and forks,knives, and in the old days the servants found what they needed to sett up a dinner table in it.
Carved in silver Birch and the patterns are my Familys accantus style, it have some of the old lokal styles in it, that the accantus when it arrived in the area around 1500 blended smootlesly With, and became the Familys and areas style from that time and to now, With some changes ounderway.
Also made for a private customer, patterns are copyrighted.
The customer was so happy With the first one he ordered 3 more. There is two things missing, that i made afther the photos was taken, and thats a smal back topp With the same intricate carving and the handleknobbs for the doors i turned in raindeer horn With a small carving on, so the ones in this pic got switched out.
The carpentry is also complicated and it have copper innlays between some of joints to have a contrast to the Wood.
(you dont realy see any of the copper here, this is the first time i putt all the parts together, so it was still a little fine adjustments left, and also the colouring ofc, i used the same type of patina and prosses as on the dragon portal that i posted earlier. There is also missing a copper list on the bottom plate, and copper rings around the base and topp of the pillars. you can see the copper on the topp in one of the pics, but its hard to spott in that light)
Hope you like it!
And to those that celebrate Christmas, a merry Christmas to you and yours and a happy New year!
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