Dan Pacheco's Projects

Dan Pacheco
A jewelry box Dan made for his granddaughter, Annika.
Sept 2010

Dan Pacheco
New turnings including one with a see through bottom. April 2009.
one of the two beds he made for his twin grand children.
One of the two beds he made for his twin grandchildren. April 2008.
A very nice butcher block cutting board.
A very nice butcher block cutting board.
May 2007.
Double Wide Cradle.
Double Wide Cradle. Dec. 2005
A beautiful butternut chip carved jewelry box.
A beautiful butternut chip carved jewelry box. June 2005.
Dec. 2004 A myrtle wood clock.
Sept. 2004 A chip carved wood and leather bellows.
Mar. 2003 This tabletop display case is small enough to sit on top of a coffee table and is designed to hold a few of your favorite keepsakes. A drawer allows you to easily rearrange the items you have to display.

The case consists of three sides joined together by four corner posts. The joinery for the case is tongue and groove. The case sides are sandwiched between a top and bottom frame. The frames are mitered at the corners. A beveled glass top is added so that your keepsakes can be admired.
Mar. 2002 A lovely chip carved eagle and feathers design.
Dec. 2001 Shadow Box to Hold Four World War II Medals.
04 Dan finished his nine month project, a beautiful cradle of walnut and maple, slightly ahead of schedule. A grandchild will soon enjoy Dan's fruits of labor, however the childs mother might disagree, on the labor part that is.
03 Chess box made from walnut and maple and finished with 3 coats of tung oil. Dan's next project is an obvious one - carve the chessman!
02 A Walnut Framed Mirror.
01 An intricately chip carved clock from basswood plate.



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