Woodwork

Hand Carved & Joined Cherry Stool

I wanted to make this one the “old school” way. No electricity was used to make this stool, only Hand Planes, Japanese Saws, Chisels, Carving Knives etc. (aside from shop lights at night, so I could see what I was doing….I didn’t have my oil lamp handy!)

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Red Alder Coffee Table or Bench

This wood was harvested from our own property, and originally destined for the firewood pile. I decided to save, and mill a 14′ section of the base. The top half of this tree has kept us warm, and the bottom half now has a second life!

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Freehand Carved & Burned Western Red Cedar Sign

This was commissioned for the Wild Gardens Homestead in Monroe, WA.

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Hand Carved and Joined Cherry/Maple Coffee Table.

I hand carved the base of this table to embody the female form (I salvaged the log, from the yard of a home remodel). The top is a Live Edge Maple slab, which is joined using a wedged tenon (the wedge is made from a strip of left over Ipe, from a set of stairs I did at the Pike Place Market in Seattle)

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Old Growth Western Cedar Live Edge Bar Top/Shelve

This is made from salvaged/reclaimed Old Growth Cedar. This is custom, and made to spec. for a customer in Duvall, Wa.

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Custom Western Red Cedar End Table

This piece was commissioned, and built to spec. for an office in Duvall, WA. The original log was salvaged from the yard of a client, of whom I did two bathroom remodels for (The tree had been topped and limbed 10 years ago, and was standing dead).

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Custom Western Read Cedar Counters with Black Acacia Inlay

These counters were built, and installed, for a homestead in Monroe, WA. The slabs came from the same standing dead cedar tree, that was mentioned above. When I felled the tree, the top portion hit a rock, which caused a split in the upper slabs. The cracked section was removed, and replaced with the Acacia inlay.

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