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Naples wall cabinet

 

 

 This is a beautiful wall cabinet ornamented with landscapes inspired in the Italian city of Naples. It is apparently very complicated to make but in fact it has no special difficulties and it can be completed with just enough patience. Among other things the restoration has been very careful to make the hinges installation and the cabinet mounting very easy. Large pieces are presented divided in sections so that they can be made with a standard 18 inches (46 cm.) scroll saw. The splitting lines have been chosen so that they end up hidden by other pieces when possible.  The pattern is based in an old Italian design from the end of the XIX century that I have entirely reconstructed in the computer using the most advanced graphic techniques.

  These four pictures have been kindly sent by Kizlyk Alexcey from the city of Mirny, Sakha (Yakutia) Russia. They show fantastic craftsmanship, attention to detail and a very delicate satin finish with subtle use of colour that make this piece a masterwork.

  The Naples wall cabinet has been designed to use 3/16 inches wood (main thickness) and 3/32 inches wood (drawer pieces) or 5 mm wood (main thickness) and 2,5 mm wood (drawer pieces). By scaling the pattern appropriately any other wood thickness can also be used. These are the measures of the Naples wall cabinet depending on the wood thickness you use:  

  Height Width Depth
 3/16 and 3/32 inches wood 27 in. 18.1 in. 5.5 in.
 1/4 and 1/8 inches wood 36 in. 24.1 in. 7.3 in.
5 and 2.5 mm. wood 72 cm. 48 cm. 14.7 cm.
6 and 3 mm. wood 86.4 cm. 57.6 cm. 17.6 cm.
8 and 4 mm. wood 115 cm. 76.6 cm. 23.5 cm.

 Please note that this pattern is registered and copyrighted. If you would like to have it I offer it for 18 plus shipping. The pattern is computer made, which provides total precision, and nicely printed for convenient scrolling. Click here to buy this pattern. Write me to info@finescrollsaw.com for any questions.

 
These pictures have been kindly sent by Oleg Velesjuk from Kaliningrad, Russia.
 

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