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Gun Box


Close up of inlay work

    The box was a nice challenge which upto the inlay work went well.

    As for the inlay well that was a different story.  To start with I had to source a clear picture of the wording which was almost impossible.  Using a word programe I managed to find text that matched as best.

    Then next step to find the right font size and then mark the layout.  The letters are made from fiddle maple at 0.6mm thick. Two layers were then glued to 6mm ply and the paper letters glued on top.

    They were then cut out using a scroll saw. Unstick the letters then glue onto the front of the draw.  Mark around the letters with a surgery knife.  Once you have made good clean and clear marks, unglue and remove the waist from the dark verneer.

    The letters can then be glued in place, left to dry and then finish.  The inlay work shown in the second picture took nearly 40 hours from start to finish.

Bathroom Wall Cabinet


The cabinet is made from kiln dried oak.

    Dia 900mm wide by 400mm high and 120mm deep. Two raised panel doors stile and rail with button handles turned in oak to match. Natural wax finish.

    Items similar can be made to your requirements and measurements


Hall Side Table

Hall side table made from oak verneered medium density 19 mm board. Width 1100 mm depth 320 mm and 950 mm tall. Three drawers with Pewter rectangle handles.

Items similar can be made to your requirements and measurements



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Windsor Chair  1/12th scale.

Seat made from elm. Legs, arms, spindles all made from yew.