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PA German Sawbuck Table Reproduction




This is a reproduction of a sawbuck table at the Landis Valley Museum. I tried my best to use only hand tools, but there may have been the occasional slice of a bandsaw blade along the way. The wood is curly cherry, and the finish is shellac and wax. The cool features about this project are sliding, half blind, and through dovetails; tusk tenons; and lamb’s tongue profiles. You can find the links to the construction process here: villagecarpenter.blogspot.com

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9 Responses to “PA German Sawbuck Table Reproduction”

  1. deezynar says:

    Excellent.

  2. VillageCarpenter says:

    The original was supposedly built in 1750 but has 1805 carved into the drawer front.

  3. VillageCarpenter says:

    The original is a PA German sawbuck table made in the mid-1800s. It’s housed at the Landis Valley Museum in Lancaster, PA.

  4. nickoakley69 says:

    What year did the table originate? [museum piece]

  5. deezynar says:

    Nice work.

  6. DannyMesena2501 says:

    Love it! Good to see your videos and i love your blog. 

  7. HMStephanos says:

    Nice to see that it builds itself.

  8. yotamkasam1 says:

    WOW! You are good!

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