Tuesday, October 15, 2013

liquor cabinet



















here are some photos of my recently completed liquor cabinet. the open door acts as a drink/drinking surface. you can spy a hidden box in the second photo. it has a tricky lock type mechanism to permit removal.
zebrano and maple. the back panel is made from maple that i got from the same friend in vancouver. pretty stuff. thanks again d.
cabinet is available for purchase here: http://odengallery.com/purchasing-gallery/liquor-cabinet-3500/

8 comments:

Nick Brygidyr said...

Dude this is just too awesome.

Unknown said...

Beautiful work, my friend.

Jason

mckenzie said...

Nice job man. I'm building something to hold booze as well, but it's a different beast then your lovely piece.

Craig said...

Beautiful cabinet Jacques! — Craig

jbreau said...

gee whiz, thanks guys.

it was a long road, but i'm very happy with the cabinet.

it's hanging in my land lady's store in kingston, ontario, the cracked pot, so if anyone wants to see it first hand...

Fede5860 said...

Great piece Jaques, this is like something I've never seen before, that design is full of potential. Would steal the idea but honesty I am having problem finding time for my owns. Congratulations.

curiousJulz said...

have you made more than one of these? how much would they be to purchase?

jbreau said...

Hello curiousJulz,
I'm most definitely late in responding, but the liquor cabinet is available for purchase here:

http://odengallery.com/purchasing-gallery/liquor-cabinet-3500/