Workbench. Base in Red Oak, Table in Maple, Walnut and Ash.

I collected the materials for this bench beginning in 2014 and then built it in 2016. I first built the base, in red oak, with wedged and pinned mortise and tenon joinery. The wedges and pin caps are in wenge. The base is modeled after the Greene and Greene style dining room table in the Gamble House in Pasadena, California. The table is a traditional European workbench, with shoulder vice, tail vise, and tool tray. I followed The Workbench Book, by Scott Landis, chapter 4, for construction technique and dimensions.