Pulls are are attached with tiny through-tenons and wedges. The glass is held in with thin "stops," which are curved to match the doors.
I got a call from a friend of a neighbor asking if I would like to have a look at a tree they were taking down. "Sure," I said, and drove over. You never know what might be growing in someone's backyard.
I had been wanting to build another showcase cabinet for a while, and I had been been anxiously eyeing the pearwood sitting in the shop ever since I had milled it a few years ago. Wood like this is, I think, rare, and the best thing to do seemed to be to let it do the talking. This piece probably won't win any design awards; if anything, it wears its origins - the shop in Fort Bragg - on its sleeve. But for what little it's worth, I am excited with how it turned out.