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Project by BriScoDaDesign posted 1630 days ago 996 views 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a china cabinet my father and I made for my sister and brother-in-law back in 2005. It’s hard to beleive it has been 5 years already since we worked on this project. We used redoak, red oak plywood and copper for the patina top. This was the first project I did experimenting with copper patina. I learned this technique from David Marks' Woodworks show that was on DIY several years ago. The fourth picture shows the assembly diagram I used. The 5th picture is a rendering from a 3D modeling program – formZ. I use a combination of autocad and formZ during the design process for most of my more comlicationed pieces. The final picture shows the detail of the transition piece between the lower cabinet and upper cabinet.

Looking back at my photo records this tooka bout 6 months to complete, working on weekends. The copper patina process takes about 2-3 weeks.

-- --BriScoDaDesign





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Beginningwoodworker

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#1 posted 1630 days ago

Nice hutch.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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#2 posted 1630 days ago

A great job it looks super.

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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#3 posted 1630 days ago

Great job.

-- Scott in Texas

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#4 posted 1629 days ago

I’v seen it for real .Great job you and you dad did.They do appreciate it, a family heirlom.

-- In His service ,Richard

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#5 posted 1628 days ago

Thanks,
Now I need to help dad post the matching table he made.

-- --BriScoDaDesign

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