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LostArtPress on InstagramCherry work counter. 38" H x 78" W x 24” D (96.5cm x 198.1cm x 61cm). Except for the slab top, the case is fully frame-and-panel construction. Behind the two doors is one adjustable shelf. The asymmetrical drawer layout was “borrowed” from a Mt. Lebanon Shaker built-in. Not only is this a really nice design, but it’s a handy work counter in the kitchen, or a sideboard and serving counter in the dining room. DENNIS GRIGGS PHOTO (Plans included in book) — from “Shaker Inspirations” by Christian Becksvoort #Shaker_InspirationsThe new book from Christian Becksvoort (@chbecksvoort49) is now available for pre-publication ordering. Customers who order before the book ships in November will receive a free pdf download at checkout. The book is $43.The last beer in Germany. An Airbrau at 9 a.m. A heartfelt thanks to everyone in Wales and Munich who made my trip an exhausting delight.
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Category Archives: The Art of Joinery
This is an excerpt from “The Art of Joinery” by Joseph Moxon with commentary by Christopher Schwarz. Joseph Moxon’s text is in italics. Of the square and it’s use. The square, marked D, is two adjunct sides of a geometrical … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from “The Art of Joinery” by Joseph Moxon; commentary by Christopher Schwarz. The jointer is made somewhat longer than the fore plane and has its sole perfectly straight from end to end. Its office is to follow … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from “The Art of Joinery” by Joseph Moxon; commentary by Christopher Schwarz. Now we get to the fun part: Putting the tools to use. Moxon’s first “exercise” is to plane a large piece of wood square to … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from “The Art of Joinery” by Joseph Moxon; commentary by Christopher Schwarz. The waving engine described in plate 5. fig. 7, hath A B, a long square plank of about seven inches broad, five foot long, and … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from “The Art of Joinery” by Joseph Moxon; commentary by Christopher Schwarz Analysis Moxon’s plow is widely reported as a mirror image of the same tool in Félibien’s work. And that is why this picture of this … Continue reading
A common bit of advice on building tool chests goes like this: “You should build the chest to fit your tools.” I’d like to amend that melba-toast statement to this: “You should build the chest to fit our tools.” Woodworking … Continue reading
“The Art of Joinery, Revised Edition” by Joseph Moxon has arrived in our Indianapolis warehouse and pre-publication orders will begin shipping this weekend. All of our domestic and international retailers have agreed to carry the title, so if that’s where … Continue reading