This is the IPE dinning table,
the top "slab" weighs in at about 150 pounds.
It's made from 2 x 6 material, the legs are 4 x 4 with a bridle joint pegged with a 1" dowel.
These are the celtic styled dining chairs. Ipe with mahogany back panels.
This is a detail shot of the "Celtic
Rose" design I put into the chair backs.
It was created with forstner bits and a router.
Redwood Adirondack chairs for relaxing on the Ipe deck.
This is a "Hall Table" built for
a friend at work, it is black walnut.
This was my first project bending wood. The skirt is kerf bent.
This redwood chair was made as a
50'ish % scale model of the Celtic Dinning chairs.
Tasha has loved it since she first laid eyes on it.
Here is the latest creation to come
out of the shop, 07-01-02. It is a Honduran Rosewood
dinning table with Ipe legs that I built for my friend Ken. (he bought the wood, and traded labor
for work on my house) The finish is about 4 coats of Tried and True Danish Oil
followed up with 4 coats of wipe on poly. I'm a bit jealous its a bit nicer looking than my table above.