Category Archives: Tables

Symposium Aftermath

Now that the 2014 edition of the Working Wood in the Eighteenth Century Symposium is over and all of our attendees are (hopefully) back home safe, sound, and ready for another year of period furniture making, we thought we should … Continue reading

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In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day…

We dyed the Stream that runs under our shop. (Actually, I think the city was testing public water system , but it’s odd to see our stream the color of lime jello.)   Since last we spoke, We had a … Continue reading

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The Toothing Plane: A Tool of Our Time

Okay, everyone, prepare to be re-acquainted with what could be construed as one of an 18th century woodworker’s secret weapons. (Drum rolls, please.) The toothing plane, a tool that has gotten me out of more difficult situations than I care … Continue reading

Posted in Harpsichords and Spinets, Tables, Tools, Veneer | Tagged , , , , | 36 Comments