Carved Toolchest

carved toochest

I pride myself with being artistic and individualistic in my woodworking.  Woodcarving is one of those things that can set a woodworker apart from the mainstream.  In fact, I believe that learning to chip carve was one of the most productive things I ever did as a woodworker.  While I haven’t been interested in carving elaborate geometric designs in plates, I have seen the awesome possibilities that come with using chip carving on panels, lid and corbels as part of furniture pieces.  I hope that you might enjoy looking at the 18th century style toolchest that I built for my chair-making tools.

Top view of the toolchest

 

Carving Details on the Toolchest

 

Inside view of the toolchest.

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