|Project by Lee A. Jesberger||posted 2562 days ago||3367 views||8 times favorited||27 comments|
Whenever the spirit moves me, I’ll make cookbook stands for kitchen clients. The wood used is pieces left over from the cabinets. These are given as gifts.
They are easy to make, and show the client you appreciate them.
The first is made from curly maple, also known as tiger maple, with a walnut inlay.
The second is a birds eye maple, with rosewood and maple feet.
The third is walnut.
I enjoy making them, as they’re quick and let you play with design.
ALL of our lumber is purchased from Hearn hardwoods, in Oxford, Pennsylvania.
Rick Hearn, and his wife, Pat, has become personal friends of mine, thru our dealings with them. These are GREAT people and are quite passionate about their wood.