Curio Cabinet.

Curio Cabinet.
Curio Cabinet.
Curio Cabinet.
Curio Cabinet.
Curio Cabinet.

A Curio Cabnet made from my from my first expierence with Cherry.

At the time I had a Table saw, bandsaw and a bit brace.

The joinery is all mortice and tenon hand cut for the door. The box is put together with dowels. The edge details are a 45 deg. and a round over.

As I did not have axcess to tabs for the shelves I had to come up with my own idea. As you can see half holes drilled into the shelves and dowels on the box itself. I had to be painstakenly accurate at this point to make the shelves lignup with the rails in the door, but I got it right.

I got the idea from a catalog and loved the edge detail, roundover plus the 45 degree.

Tor and Odin are the greatest of gods.

Comments

No router? How did you do the roundover edge profile and the half holes? I can’t even begin to think of how I would do it with only table saw, bandsaw, and brace. Sandpaper is more work than I like to imagine. Nice looking cabinet!

L/W

“Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” Benjamin Franklin

L/W I lied. I did have a drill and a block plane at that time. Come to think of it I also must have a had router.

Tor and Odin are the greatest of gods.