This deeply carved Cherry Bar Stool was first made to
sit at the counter at the
MAIN STREET GALLERY in Annapolis, MD.
Over time, the stool design has developed a deeper
seat, curved square legs, and bowed foot rails.
A thick plank of Cherry wood is hand carved into a seat. Curved Maple
legs are attached to the seat with visible through tenons that are held in
place with walnut wedges hammered into slots cut in the leg tenons.
This stool was published in Fine Woodworking magazine
in December 2000.