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Project by NoSpace posted 01-22-2017 11:15 PM 785 views 0 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Worked on this a little at a time over the last year. Kind of a “discovery” piece, I had made the lid on its own as practice for inlay and then the legs were first-time practice (really expensive practice) legs. The Macassar trim was a great way to use a highly checked section of the board I have that would be difficult to make anything else out of.

The real hold up was the trim, the router table I posted a while back I made specifically to solve the safety problem routing the edges of the trim, but then got carried away doing finger joints with it.

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#1 posted 01-22-2017 11:41 PM

I really like the top inlay and the legs. Your wood choice makes the whole thing look a little busy to me, but overall a nice cabinet.

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#2 posted 01-23-2017 01:27 AM

Wonderful piece. I really like the top inlay.

-- AJ

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#3 posted 01-23-2017 02:53 AM

Pretty wild wood combo! And I love that inlay on the top—outstanding work there!

-- Dean -- "Don't give up the ship -- fight her 'till she sinks!" Capt James Lawrence USN

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#4 posted 01-23-2017 12:11 PM

Intersting design and wood colour. Beautiful marquetry on top.

-- Ivan, Croatia, Wooddicted

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#5 posted 01-23-2017 12:21 PM

Wow – cool

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#6 posted 01-23-2017 03:22 PM

beautiful work

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#7 posted 01-23-2017 07:03 PM

This is very unusual and creative. You did a nice job on this piece.

helluvawreck aka Charles

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#8 posted 01-23-2017 07:10 PM

An artful piece that can become the focus of design aesthetic! It certainly can’t be placed just anywhere, but that’s what makes it unique. Looks to be beautifully executed. Well done!

-- Bill, Yo! Brooklyn & Steel City :)

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#9 posted 01-23-2017 09:12 PM

Very interesting use of a variety of woods. For a “practice” piece I’d say you did a fine job!

-- Dave, York, PA, Wildside Woodworking

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