Pole Screen Candle Stand

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Project by atogrf1 posted 560 days ago 718 views 1 time favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This was inspired by a pole screen from the Winterthur Museum.
The face of it is actually a mirror.
The fixed shelf is used to hold a candle and the light bounces off the mirror and reflects back into the room.

It is made from Sapele Mahogany with Wenge Feet.
The specialty hardware was procured from Londonerry Brasses.
The legs are attached to the center post using sliding dovetails.
The feet were shaped using the New Yankee Workshop method that was on the Tilt Top Table episode.

I have about 100 photos of the step-by-step process if you wanted to see anything specific on the construction.

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#1 posted 560 days ago

Very nice. The feet and base came out real good. Looks like an antique.

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#2 posted 560 days ago

Thank you very much. That is the look I was shooting for.

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#3 posted 560 days ago

Nice looking project!

Great looking kids!
Enjoy them, they grow up way too fast!

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#4 posted 558 days ago

Looks very elegant and classy because of the great design and build. Great job

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