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last one. cherry with bookmatched maple top, splines, and knobs. cherry butterflies for aesthetic flavor, but no real structural purpose or need. danish oil and poly
-- dave : vermont
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#1 posted 10-27-2010 05:49 AM
Very nice workmanship.
-- Pops ~ In So Cal...
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#2 posted 10-27-2010 05:50 AM
there’s always a need for aesthetic flavor.all these humidors are rad. i especially like mounting the gauge on the outside.nice touch.
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#3 posted 10-27-2010 09:20 AM
Beautiful workmanship I really interested in the butterfly inlays, did you use a jig? & would you consider doing a blog with some pictures on the process? I like it ,thanks for sharingBest Trevor
-- God created wood that we may create. Trevor East Yorkshire UK
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#4 posted 10-27-2010 10:08 AM
Nice humidor would have like to see the inside though. Nice wood choice
-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"
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#5 posted 10-27-2010 10:48 AM
Some great humidors Dave. I like the butterflies too… nice touch.
-- Better to say nothing and be thought the fool... then to speak and erase all doubt!
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#6 posted 10-27-2010 01:58 PM
Very Cool! I agree… The butterflies where a very nice touch… I also like the gauge out side the box. I have never used, owned, etc.. a humidor but i can see that being handy.
-- Dan ~ Texarkana, Tx.
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#7 posted 10-27-2010 02:38 PM
Wow…great looking cherry. Well…the whole thing is great but I love the look of that cherry.
How did you afix the lid panel? floating? glued in? room for expansion?
-- "Hey, you dang woodchucks! Quit chuckin' my wood!"
#8 posted 10-27-2010 03:05 PM
Thanks for the comments. Trevor: i used a butterfly jig for the first time on this. i found it to be quite frustrating because it was difficult to clamp it to the wood while keeping the clamps out of the way and keeping the template flat. i was using small scraps for the butterflies which didn’t help. i’ve done butterflies before, and done them by hand, which almost seemed easier. but i’m sure after a bit more experience, i’ll get the hang of jig. i agree that it would be cool to see a blog about how to use the jig, but i don’t think i’m the one to do it… at least not yet.
Ken- i gave these to a photographer buddy to take the pictures, and so i’m kinda stuck with what he took, and he didn’t take any of the inside of this one. take a look at the first humidor i posted; there’s a pic of the inside of that one, and they’re all the same. i may add some more (non-professional) pics when I get the chance.
Greg- thanks! i love the look of this cherry, too, and have used it on a number of projects. the sap pockets also makes the wood heavy. i’d say this humidor is at least 50% heavier than the others. the top is rabbited into the sides. i put one drop of glue in the middle of each side where the bookmatch joint is to allow movement at the edges, but to keep the top from sliding around.
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#9 posted 10-27-2010 04:50 PM
sweet looking cherry – looks great
-- -erik & christy-
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#10 posted 10-30-2010 07:04 AM
This is beautiful! I love the top.
-- LEITH, SOUTH CAROLINA
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#11 posted 07-19-2013 12:18 AM
can we see pictures from the inside?
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