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American Woodshop

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Woodworking historian George Reid reveals the inner workings of two classic miniature highboys. Then we're off to tour the Boston Museum of Fine Art and discover one of the world's best collections of fine furniture. Curator Jerry Ward explains the keys to identifying period pieces, and displays five chests worth more than $100 million. Back in the Woodshop, a buffet is made using tools and techniques that simplify the art of fine woodworking. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.

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Series Description: Host Scott Phillips, an American woodworking master, shares time-honored tips and new techniques in the construction of projects you can do at home. From an Annie Oakley Dry Sink to a Chippendale High Boy, Scott guides you through the process of building tables, chairs, benches, medicine cabinets, cupboards, plant and candle stands, serving spoons, salad bowls and a storage chest . A master woodworker with a personable style thorough knowledge of his craft, Phillips's reverence for the intricacies of wood and its possibilities has helped make AMERICAN WOODSHOP a favorite among ptv audiences.

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