A William III Ash Chest-on-Stand – Part Four

The stand’s carcase is now finished – but for the front-to-back oriented top boards which will be nailed into the provided rebate (arrowed, fig. 1) once the drawer is completed and the drawer stops have been rubbed in place.

wiiiacos_041215_01bFig. 1. Continuing the loose construction.

wiiiacos_041215_02aFig. 2. Naked and legless… again.

Jack Plane

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About Jack Plane

Formerly from the UK, Jack is a retired antiques dealer and self-taught woodworker, now living in Australia.
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7 Responses to A William III Ash Chest-on-Stand – Part Four

  1. Kevin L. Schroeder says:

    Is this chest, when completed, following a specific classical proportional layout that you can identify?
    Kevin

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  2. bronzy935 says:

    I admire your work. It’s great inspiration for us amateurs. Thankyou

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  3. Joe M says:

    Will a William III style chest-on-stand be in the upcoming book?

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