Craftsman Curio Cabinet puts your collectables and your craftsmanship
in the best possible light.
The clean lines and quartersawn oak tell you it's a Craftsman-style
cabinet. But the glass makes it special. To allow you to see what's
inside, this cabinet has beveled glass panels in the doors and on
each end. Even the shelves are made of glass so you can see from top
glass doesn't make the cabinet harder to build, but it does make it
heavy. That's why we used Craftsman style joinery - sturdy mortise
and tenon joints.
The Craftsman Curio Cabinet is 56-1/2" high x 36" wide x 17" deep.
We built the cabinet in the photo out of white oak. There are two
1/4"-thick plywood panels in the back. The glass shelves are adjustable.
This Craftsman Curio Cabinet woodworking plan was originally published
in Woodsmith No. 130.
WHAT YOU GET.The Craftsman Curio Cabinet woodworking plan is a ten-page, 2.0-megabyte pdf file. It includes complete, step-by-step instructions, 21 detailed drawings, a materials list, and a cutting diagram.
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