|Project by ous||posted 01-05-2016 04:10 AM||567 views||1 time favorited||4 comments|
I like to calibrate birthdays by making something my wife likes. I will be 92 and she 90 in a few days. 66 years ago when we were first married I made her a small box with a hand saw and she was so proud of me I resolved to continue and do better. It was a terrible looking box. You can see I have improved. The trim and legs on this end table is Black Cherry from NY. The inside trim is Espave from Central America. The dark wood is from a Red Mahogany log I floated out of the Darien Jungle of Panama in 1975. The white wood if hard Maple from Vt.
the pieces are made up 3/8 thick and then sanded, glued and pressed to 3/4 aspen plywood If there any questions I would be glad to try and answer them. Thanks for looking
-- Roy Montana