Bench I made it's going into a museum

WQSWO it will house antique wooden toys. I veneered the checker board and then inlayed it. Sealed with seal coat the to coated with wipe on urethane . Used torsion hinges so kids wouldn’t pinch their fingers.

Woods: quarter sawn white oak

Tools: jointer planer band saw tablesaw miter saw incra jig

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Narinder Jugdev ...

Great build and I love the design. Not too deep to just be a toy bin and still look great in any room. I do like the QSWO.

Wheaties - Bruce A Wheatcroft ( BAW Woodworking) ...

Cool design and nice choice of wood .

Jack ...

Beautiful craftsmanship Bill, lots of wood in this build.

a1jim ...

Totally unique and very well built.

Sheri ...

Beautiful work! I really like how you did the legs.

Mark44 ...

This piece is unbelievable. I’ve never seen anything like this, but it’s perfect for kids of all ages. However, please explain what WQSWO and QSWO mean. I’m new to this site, so I’m kinda in the dark… Mark

Billp ...

White quarter sawn white oak, QSWO would have sufficed. I’m glad you like it.

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