Slant top desk

Based on the piece by Ontario cabinet maker John Doan as seen in Howard Pain's book but in cherry rather than bird's eye maple.

The small interior drawers are in birds eye maple.


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Eric Frische said...

I have admired this desk for some time. I would like to build it but finding suitable plans is difficult. If possible I would like to purchase a set of plans.


Eric Frische
Lawton, Oklahoma

Herman Veenendaal said...

Eric, dimensions for this desk can be found in Franklin Gottshall's book 'Provincial Furniture Design and Construction', ISBN number 0-517-54930-1
It's long out of print but you may be able to get a copy through ABEBooks.com