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Microwave Cart

Bob writes - I made this microwave cart for the kitchen out of Red Oak.
Dove Shelf

Bob writes - My neighbor had these doves and wanted a new shelf for them, so I made this shelf, painted the doves and attached them with toggle bolts.
End Tables

Bob writes - These end tables have 2-inch strips of Mahogany, Black Walnut, Ash, Poplar, White Cedar, Red Cedar, White Ash and Red Oak.
Pump Planter

Bob writes - This is made out of Michigan white Cedar. It has a Thompsons water sealer on it to seal the wood. I made this from a picture that I saw in the Winfield Catalog.
Unique Coffee Table

Bob writes - A neighbor brought me over an old window and 4 old slats off of something...and asked me to make a coffee table of them....so here is what I came up with...
Doll Size Love Seat

Bob writes - This is the doll sized love seat that I made for another neighbor. It is made of Red Cedar with just a polyurethane finish on it.
WheelBarrow

Bob writes - I made this wheelbarrow with Eastern Red Cedar. Overall dimensions are 20" high by 16" wide by 30" long. I finished it with 3 coats of Minwax Helmsmans Spar Polyurethane and a fine sanding with 220 grit sand paper between coats.
Corner Table

Bob writes - This is a corner tablethat I made out of Red Cedar and finished with polyurethane.
Corner Wall Unit

Bob writes - This is a 3-piece corner wall display unit , it is made of soft Maple with a Minwax Spar Polyurethane finish on it.  It also includes adjustable glass shelves with a maple frame.
Dresser

Bob writes - This is a 5-drawer dresser I made for a customer.
Glider Love Seat

Bob writes - I made this glider love seat out of cedar for a customer.
Turned Tea Set and Bird House

Bob writes - Top of pic we have a Red Cedar Bird's house, complete with perch, turned on the lathe and finished in polyurethane.

Bottom of pic we have a Tea set for 4 complete with a teapot, cups and saucers and serving tray.....Done in spalted Beech, turned on the lathe, and finished with polyurethane. 
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