Bubinga and wenge cabinet stand

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Project by kolwdwrkr posted 2215 days ago 3451 views 22 times favorited 15 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This cabinet is made with solid bubinga. The doors were hand planed to shape. The legs are Wenge. The inside sports mahogany, maple, anigre, walnut, and bubinga. This piece is for sale at Thanks for looking

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#1 posted 2215 days ago

Very nice work. The inlays really highlight the lines.

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#2 posted 2215 days ago

An amazing display of craftsmanship, I can stare at it till wife calls for dinner.
The inlays push it to several higher levels.I see you are practicing at it often. My Father always said “Practice makes perfect”. I seems to be true.

Thank you for sharing.

-- Kip Northern Illinois ( If you don't know where your goin any road will take you there) George Harrison

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#3 posted 2215 days ago

Great fusion of styles. You have the Krenov cabinet, but the curved front is something I haven’t seen in his work. The interior is reminiscient of Queen Anne style secretary pigeonholes. Beautiful craftmanship throughout. You should be very proud of this one. Favorited!

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#4 posted 2215 days ago

Beautiful piece of furniture. I love the branch. Thank you for sharing.

-- My favorite piece is my last one, my best piece is my next one.

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#5 posted 2215 days ago

Stunning piece of workmanship …love the total design…thanks for posting …Blkcherry

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#6 posted 2215 days ago

Holy crikey batman. This is awesome, such detail.

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#7 posted 2215 days ago

Beautiful work! I really like the inside of the cabinet. Thanks for posting.

God Bless

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#8 posted 2215 days ago

absolutely stunning piece. Great wood selection and beautiful design.

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#9 posted 2215 days ago

Very nice work.Beautiful piece of furniture.

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#10 posted 2214 days ago

Very attentive work… I like the clean lines and the nice surprise of tradition when you open the cabinet!

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#11 posted 2212 days ago

Snap! You hit the perfect balance for simple form and great elegance.

Superb work.

-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana,

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#12 posted 2211 days ago

Very nice, something to definitly be proud of. Keep it up.

-- Dan Wiggins

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#13 posted 2211 days ago

This is a nice piece! Very well done Sir! You gotta love that bubinga. The finish you’ve put on it looks great too!

-- As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. (Proverbs 27:17) †

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#14 posted 1769 days ago

great marriage of styles ,
contemporary and traditional .

well done !

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#15 posted 1756 days ago

That is a beautiful cabinet when it’s closed… then when you open it up.. wow.

I love the way you curved the drawers inside and the proportions are perfect. Good job.

I know what you mean about asking for votes. I did it and have felt bad about it ever since. If by chance I were to win something now, it just wouldn’t feel the same. Well, next time I will know better.

I told Dennis Zonker I would vote for his chess set and I fully intended to but it looks like they didn’t consider his a cabinet. Same thing happened with the grandfather clock I entered.

I just voted for yours (but not because you asked)


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