Research articles regarding the end result and final outcome of any project that involves the medium of wood, from the simple wood pallet, to the tall ships of the 19th century are welcome in this broad category. In other words, if wood is used in the product, or project, it can be researched and written about and entered into this category.
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|310||Bentwood Chest Yellow and Red Cedar (1870)
Haida, Old Massett, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, C. 1870, Yellow And Red Cedar, Museum Of Anthropology, University Of British Columbia.
Attribution: Daderot [Public domain or CC0], from Wikimedia Commons
The Bridle Joint, see Glossary of Woodworking Joints
|23||Chairs Of Grundtvigskirken
Kaare Klint’s church chairs at Grundtvig’s Church in Copenhagen, Denmark
Source: File:Grundtvigskirken-stole-2005.jpg. (2014, December 6). Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Retrieved 03:30, September 27, 2017 from https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=File:Grundtvigskirken-stole-2005.jpg&oldid=141675026.
Attribution: Designed by Kaare Klint
A man demonstrates chip carving on a basswood box with a knife
Attribution: By Jonathunder - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=9791420
|201||Douglas Fir Framing
Douglas Fir framing with Kuiken Brothers lumber
Reference: “Kuiken Brothers Premium Grade Douglas Fir Lumber at Locations in NJ & NY.” Kuiken Brothers, 24 Mar. 2016, https://www.kuikenbrothers.com/kuiken-brothers-premium-grade-doug-fir-lumber-locations-nj-ny/.
|333||Doweling A Mitered Frame
Doweling and Mitered: see Glossary of Woodworking Joints
|344||Eagle Cane Handle
Intricately carved bald eagles top each eagle cane presented to troops who have suffered severe lower-extremity wounds in Iraq or Afghanistan. The troops receive the canes through the Eagle Cane Project.
Attribution: Photo by Donna Miles
|358||Easern Redcedar Table
Green Egg barbecue table in production, by John Moody Woodworks
Attribution: Craftsman John Moody
|182||Eastern Hemlock Coffee Table
Eastern Hemlock Coffee table by Winchester Woodcrafts
Reference: “Eastern Hemlock Coffee Table.” Winchester Woodcrafts, https://www.winchesterwoodcrafts.com/tables/eastern-hemlock-coffee-table. Accessed 22 Sept. 2018.
|359||Eastern Redcedar Green Egg Table
Eastern Redcedar Green Egg Table
Attribution: John Moody Woodworks
Reference: Wikipedia contributors. "Mortise and tenon." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 22 Oct. 2018. Web. 2 Dec. 2018.
Glued Joint: see Glossary of Woodworking Joints
|219||Grand Fir Bowl
Grand Fir bowl by Makepeace
Reference: demakepeace. “Grand Fir Bowl.” Makepeacemadepieces, 28 Feb. 2013, https://makepeacemadepieces.wordpress.com/2013/02/28/grand-fir-bowl/.
|349||Haida War Club
Northwest Coast wood club, probably Haida.
The club has a cylindrical pommel, concentric rings on the grip, and an expanding oval head carved in the form of a swimming sea creature, probably a seal, with deeply incised back-swept fins, and concentric oval motifs on the flanks, the head with flaring nostrils and pointed oval eye rims; fine aged patina overall.
Length 22 1/4 in, 565 mm.
Photo and text: http://www.sothebys.com/
|406||Halibut Hook Northwest Coast Native American
The Tlingit and Haida, indigenous peoples of the Northwest Coast (NWC), have used carved wooden hooks to catch halibut for centuries. As modern fishing technology crept into use, however, the old hooks practically disappeared from the sea. But they thrived on land—as decorative art.
Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-02-team-evolution-wooden-halibut-native.html#jCp
Attribution: Jonathan Malindine
|268||Joinery Methods Shopsmith
Eight common mortise and tenon joints, graphics by Shopsmith
Reference: Shopsmith -- Mortising. https://www.shopsmith.com/ownersite/catalog/mortising. Accessed 9 Dec. 2018.
|387||Juniper Jewelry Box
Western Juniper jewelry box by unknown maker.
Reference: Forestry, Oregon Department of. Juniper Jewelry Box. 15 Dec. 2014. Flickr, https://www.flickr.com/photos/oregondepartmentofforestry/17259000831/.
The Khufu ship is an intact full-size vessel from Ancient Egypt
Attribution: Berthold Werner [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], from Wikimedia Commons
|33||Krenov Concave Figured Maple Wall Cabinet
A concave maple tall cabinet by Krenov.
Source: “A (51).Jpg (JPEG Image, 800 × 1211 Pixels).” The Krenov Archive, 9 June 2018, http://thekrenovarchives.org/inc-item%20(1)/img/a%20(51).jpg.