Gallery Goodness, 14th February 2020

Hello! As usual we have some really splendid works on show in this, the latest roundup of your galley submissions. Thank you for this amazing diversion and fantastic inspiration.


Three in one built on the Paul Sellars plan. This holds a Clock, Thermometer and Barometer. Made from American Black Walnut with Maple inlays on the uprights. FInished with standard French Polish and a final polish with Liberon Bison Wax

Clock by Stephen Hillier

Three in one built on the Paul Sellars plan. This holds a Clock, Thermometer and Barometer. Made from American Black Walnut with Maple inlays on the uprights. FInished with standard French Polish and a final polish with Liberon Bison Wax


Wall Clock in Cherry. Number 3 of 5 made. This one made from Cherry but stained with Aged Yew stain before finishing in Shellac and polishing with Beeswax and Turpentine

Wallclock by Stephen Hillier

Wall Clock in Cherry. Number 3 of 5 made. This one made from Cherry but stained with Aged Yew stain before finishing in Shellac and polishing with Beeswax and Turpentine


Oak Wall Clock. Number 5 of 5 now produced, this in American WHite Oak for the frame and English Oak for the panel. Stained in Georgian Dark Oak and finished with Pale Shellac and polished with Beeswax and Turpentine

Wallclock by Stephen Hillier

Oak Wall Clock. Number 5 of 5 now produced, this in American WHite Oak for the frame and English Oak for the panel. Stained in Georgian Dark Oak and finished with Pale Shellac and polished with Beeswax and Turpentine


Wine Rack by david steward

Wine Rack by david steward

wine rack. timber is camphor laurel & kapur.


Dovetail Box by Michal Kuchta

Dovetail Box by Michal Kuchta

My very first set of dovetails. This is my first masterclass project… I am hooked. Thank you, Mr. Sellers!


Desktop Organiser by Benoît Van Noten

Desktop Organiser by Benoît Van Noten

First attempt made in pine. Started before the video series, so there are some differences. 19 mm thick wood; arbitrary dimensions; top compartment and drawer bottoms in grooves; tails and pins not on the same sides; and some mistakes…


Wallclocks by joeleonetti

Wallclocks by joeleonetti

cherry and maple w amber shellac; cherry w amber shellac. This was clock numbers 5 & 6 for me and were Christmas gifts. Down to about 18 hrs to make and finish each. Used to take 30 hours.


Wooden Trays by joeleonetti

Wooden Trays by joeleonetti

cherry, maple, sapele, cedar, mesquite, basswood used and amber shellac. Used different woods mostly to experience how it was to work with them. Made as Christmas gifts. Thanks Paul. Family loved them.


Bedside Cabinet by rayc21

Bedside Cabinet by rayc21

Bedside Cabinet, easy access to side shelf. Made from Walnut finished with four coats of shellac and waxing.


Occasional Tables by c fenton

Occasional Tables by c fenton

I made this pair of bedside tables out of pine that I stained with a “golden oak “ stain finished with polyurethane.


Dining Chair by C Fenton

Dining Chair by C Fenton

I made this chair out of Douglas Fir and finished it with three coats of polyurethane.


Stepladder by Mark Whiteson

Stepladder by Mark Whiteson

A childs learning tower


Desktop Organiser by steven newman

Desktop Organiser by steven newman

desktop organizer made of Ash,with a brass handle.


Workbench by David Vergona

Workbench by David Vergona

SPF pine,9″ eclipse vice. Took 1 month to build using borrowed record #4, 2nd hand free saws, and irwin marples new chisels. Built the saw trestle first then this bench. Best thing i ever did. Its been just over a year since i did this and have been real woodworking since. Thanks Paul and crew.


Coat Rack by Kaleb

Coat Rack by Kaleb

Made with quarter-sawn cherry, shelf is 100-yr+ old cherry barn wood. Finished with Shellac.


Glueless Tray by sanford

Glueless Tray by sanford

Based on design by Chris at Third Coast Craftsman. Held together with wedges and sliding dovetails


Workbench by Roland

Workbench by Roland

The workbench is made from construction timber (38×89 mm). The dark parts are burned, brushed and finished with some leftover black floor oil. For the rest I used linseed oil. Making de bench was a great experience! Roland, The Netherlands


Desktop Organiser by Ian Pringle

Desktop Organiser by Ian Pringle

In/Out Desk trays with half blind dovetails. Hand tools only, using sapele ends, beach sides, ply wood base and brass columns.


Workbench by Stephen Tyrrell

Workbench by Stephen Tyrrell

My workbench, a hybrid version from both of the work bench series, mainly because I mucked up the first bench top but didn’t want to throw it away.Made entirely from radiata pine stud timber, which meant laminating the legs and the apron. Huge learning curve but enormous fun. This photo was taken about six months after I finished it. I have added the shelf for the shrpening plates (not visible from this angle), a storage shelf and casters.


Frame Saw by Stevan Whitt

Frame Saw by Stevan Whitt

Smaller frame using hacksaw blade


Joiner's Mallet by Sascha

Joiner’s Mallet by Sascha

Joiner’s Mallet from Hard Maple around a knot


Workbench by Erwin van Dijk

Workbench by Erwin van Dijk


Desktop Organiser by Kurt Schultz

Desktop Organiser by Kurt Schultz

Meranti and maple offcuts. Scraps in the bin, really…or so I thought! Now a piece of furniture sits proudly (through my eyes) on my desk! Thank you, Paul for opening up my eyes, mind, and heart as to what can be done.


Three-Legged Stool by Matthew Sherriff

Three-Legged Stool by Matthew Sherriff

Used recycled pine from pallets and some Tasmanian Myrtle for the legs, with wenge wedges in the tenons.despite my very little experience was able to follow along and make a really nice stool


Wooden Plane by James Reid

Wooden Plane by James Reid

Krenovian Plane (smoother) made from Jatoba.


Dining Chair by James Reid

Dining Chair by James Reid

Vidar’s Chair (Ash and woven sea-grass)


Dovetail Box by James Reid

Dovetail Box by James Reid

Jewelry Box of cherry, maple & cedar. Hand-cut Krenovian dovetails with medium Schwung.


Pulpit/Lectern by George Scales

Pulpit/Lectern by George Scales

Our Pastor wanted a new pulpit for the new worship facility. He gave me a picture and I made him the pulpit


Desktop Organiser by Benoît Van Noten

Desktop Organiser by Benoît Van Noten

My second organiser, made out of meranti.


Desktop Organiser by Brian Morrissey

Desktop Organiser by Brian Morrissey

Had fun building this. Made from reclaimed pine, mostly pallet type wood.


Joiner's Mallets by David Berry

Joiner’s Mallets by David Berry

22 and 30 ounces, hard maple heads and hickory handles. This two-piece construction with no glue is solid, unlike an old beech mallet that the handle worked loose while I was making these.


Dovetail Box by Przemyslaw Mysik

Dovetail Box by Przemyslaw Mysik

This box has been made completely out of pallet wood. Used magnets to hold the lid and for the firs time I have installed butt hinges. Wood burned this picture and finished with clear shellac.


Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!

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2 Comments

  1. Clyde Weithers on 14 February 2020 at 11:29 am

    An inspiring collection of wooden creations. Many thanks to all concerned.

  2. Joe Renta on 20 February 2020 at 2:38 am

    I am going to have to hide this page. If my family views it I would have to live to 110 so as to complete their requests.
    Oh well, I better get cracking.
    Well done to all!

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