This cabinet was my final project while attending College of the Redwoods' Fine Woodworking program. It was designed as an exercise in veneering and glasswork. (Plus, if you are going to build a showcase cabinet, C/R is the place to do it.) The door consists of a bent-laminated teak frame with three panes of glass, while the cabinet is teak and yellow cedar veneer over a Baltic-ply core. Perfect for displaying Pez dispensers, tiny helper robots, or anything else that is better kept behind glass.
Dimensions: 29" T x 18"W x 6" D
Materials: Teak, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Glass
Finish: Teak Oil (Outside), Shellac (Inside), Wax
Hardware by Sanderson Hardware.
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