|Project by edjorgensen||posted 818 days ago||2596 views||2 times favorited||30 comments|
This is a clock case I recently made for a man in India. To answer your kind inquiries -
It was made in six months working six days a week. There was a deadline but when we got done it sat wrapped up for weeks before they could pick it up. :) We were all annoyed by that.
My daughter helped me sand it as well as my friends who felt sorry.
Its made from mahogany with a mahogany veneer on every surface no matter how narrow. There is black ebony inlay on the frame, base, and door which was a pain to put in. All the sections were constructed individually and then finished. The finish is varnish hand applied. We don’t spray or use any machine veneer process. They don’t work for stuff like this. All hand veneered and cut with saw or knife. Hey I’m behind the times. It was 8.5 feet tall weighed several hundred pounds done. The house is indeed very huge and I am sure it looked nice. Was not allowed to see pics due to security.
I am 86 now and this is my last big job unless the offer is too good to pass up and I have a lot of help. :)