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Project by Elwood89 posted 07-26-2012 09:17 AM 1924 views 4 times favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

40-Bottle Wine Buffet

The top is a Sycamore slab, the rest of the piece is European Oak. Hand crafted (not by me) iron insets are on the ends. The base is one large piece of the oak with a natural edge. I made the feet with natural edge oak cutoffs.

Finished with teak oil.

This Wine Buffet matches the Sycamore Slab Waterfall Table that I made earlier.


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-- Elwood, making sawdust in Germany, http://www.AnsbachArtisans.com





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majuvla

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#1 posted 07-26-2012 09:35 AM

Very cool idea with untreated top plank and iron walls.

-- Ivan, Croatia, Wooddicted

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#2 posted 07-26-2012 09:42 AM

Great job on both! Love live edges there so beautiful. I made an Entertasinment Center on here and left the edge on it and people seem to really like it. Your table is really nice to boot. I really like the leg idea with the slab running down to the floor from the 45. Great job!

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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Roger

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#3 posted 07-26-2012 11:21 AM

Super nice. I really like the wrought iron and natural edge wood as a combo. A nice place to store some delicious veeno. That bench is really kool

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Kentuk55@bellsouth.net

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Monte Pittman

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#4 posted 07-26-2012 11:33 AM

Really nice job sir.

-- Mother Nature created it, I just assemble it.

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#5 posted 07-26-2012 04:31 PM

Yup, really nice. You also have two lovely little princesses :)

-- Holy scrap Barkman!

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#6 posted 07-26-2012 11:38 PM

Some very unique quality furniture….... A couple of heartbreakers for sure…....

-- What we do in life will Echo through Eternity........

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gfadvm

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#7 posted 07-27-2012 01:04 AM

I loved your table and the wine rack is the perfect complement to it. This is some beautiful wood. Is this English or American sycamore (I kinda assume English)? And your helpers are just lovely.

-- " I'll try to be nicer, if you'll try to be smarter" gfadvm

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#8 posted 07-27-2012 07:51 AM

These two pieces make a great set. Fantastic job on both.

-- Ben from IL

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Elwood89

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#9 posted 07-27-2012 08:10 AM

I got the Sycamore (and all of my wood) from Cropp Timber in Hamburg, Germany. I don’t know what kind of Sycamore it is, I didn’t realize there were different kinds. These two pieces of Sycamore are the only two I’ve ever worked with and they were thrown in for free after already loading up the van.

-- Elwood, making sawdust in Germany, http://www.AnsbachArtisans.com

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gfadvm

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#10 posted 07-28-2012 12:30 AM

Thanks for the reply. It’s FREE sycamore, the best kind! I don’t think it’s American but it’s beautiful and you did a wonderful job with it. I have got to do a table like yours!

-- " I'll try to be nicer, if you'll try to be smarter" gfadvm

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MrJesse34

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#11 posted 08-14-2012 03:01 PM

i know this seems like a silly question to all the experts on here, but when you made the wine rack how did you cut out the curved parts? what dimensions did you use for the cut outs? I’m going to build a wine rack this winter and would like to do something similar to your design above. Really cool stuff!!

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Elwood89

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#12 posted 08-15-2012 04:43 PM

Jesse,

The arc for the bottle neck was cut out on a drill press (any bit 35mm or larger should work fine). The arc for the rear of the bottle was cut on a band saw. The larger, rear notches are 100mm wide and 17mm at their deepest. If I had a 4” drill bit, I would try that. All of the arcs were smoothed out with an oscillating spindle sander. There is about 10cm from the center of one notch to the center of the next.
There are 12cm between the rows. The horizontal rack pieces are 7cm wide. I make a lot of wine racks, so I have a template that I made with 1/8” plywood and use for marking my boards before cutting.
I broke the chuck on my drill press as I was starting my most recent project (more wine racks), so I made the front notches the same as the rear on the band saw.

-- Elwood, making sawdust in Germany, http://www.AnsbachArtisans.com

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#13 posted 08-15-2012 04:54 PM

awesome!! thats a huge help for me! Thanks man.

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