Horned Smoothing plane made from cherry.
Detail of horned smoothing plane.
Wedge from horned smoothing plane.
Back of horned smoother.
Scroll detail from horned smoother.
This box is made from Swiss Pear and Cocobolo. It holds my fine grit ceramic stone.
My tool cabinet is made from wormy Chestnut, Cherry, Walnut, and Bloodwood.
This is a reproduction PA German sawbuck table. The original is at the Landis Valley Museum. All the joinery was cut by hand, including the sliding dovetails.
This is the drawer for the sawbuck table.
Cherry meditation bench. The legs are removable.
This is the sanskrit symbol for "Om" carved into the seat of a cherry meditation bench.
Cherry and Brass Level
Miniature coffin smoother with chip carved designs.
Reproduction miniature plane made from Osage Orange--an excellent wood for handplanes.
Steve Latta designed this marking gauge, which I made in a class taught by him. It's the best marking gauge I've ever used.
Walnut medicine cabinet I built for the guest bathroom.
My reproduction of a hanging cupboard at the Ephrata Cloister is on the left. It was built using mostly hand tools. The cupboard is held together with glue and handmade pegs.
The original cupboard is on the right.
The is a spill plane that I made for the Industrial and Agricultural Museum in York, PA. It's used for their hands-on demos.
This is a 6"-long, bloodwood and cherry reference ruler. The case is cherry with holly inlay and ziricote inserts.
New Mexican style cabinet with handcarved decorations.
Bowl made with axe, adze, gouges, and chisels.