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#1 The New Yankee Workshop - The Dining Table

Date24-08-2010, 14:33
The New Yankee Workshop -  The Dining Table

The New Yankee Workshop - The Dining Table
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Norm visits an antique dealer who commissions reproduction English antique furniture for his shop on Nantucket, Massachusetts. At the shop Norm finds an extension table, which should be perfect for “dinner for 10 or more" and yet collapses down to 6 feet for non-feast days. Norm makes his own out of mahogany with an elegant two-leaved top that sits on a pair of Queen Anne period pedestals giving diners ample legroom under the table.

#2 The New Yankee Workshop - The Pier Table

Date24-08-2010, 14:41
The New Yankee Workshop - The Pier Table

The New Yankee Workshop - The Pier Table
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A pier table is a small table that is meant to be located between two windows. Norm finds a beautiful example of one at GKS Bush Antiques on Nantucket, Massachusetts. Made of poplar and beautifully painted with classic designs and a faux marble top, the original is stunning. Norm builds a copy and has it painted to match the original.

#3 The New Yankee Workshop - Table Saw 101 - Part 1 & 2

Date20-08-2010, 19:04
The New Yankee Workshop - Table Saw 101 - Part 1 & 2

The New Yankee Workshop - Table Saw 101 - Part 1 & 2
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As with his previous programs dedicated to a single tool, Norm takes viewers on a special two-part program that explores the usefulness of the table saw. He begins by showing various table saws and what they can do and goes on to describe and demonstrate adjustments to make them more accurate. In the first program, he concentrates on the most common task a table saw will be asked to do—ripping. Norm discusses how to do it safely and accurately. He demonstrates his technique for cutting large panels and shows a safe way to handle narrow stock. He completes show number one by building an ingenious “out feed” table—so clever every saw owner will want one.

#4 The New Yankee Workshop - The Gardener’s Dry Sink

Date24-08-2010, 15:19
The New Yankee Workshop - The Gardener’s Dry Sink

The New Yankee Workshop - The Gardener’s Dry Sink
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Here is a place to organize your horticultural life. Meant to go outdoors or in, this hard working bench provides a place to work on plants, repot them, and to store the numerous items plant lovers use. It’s built of cypress for resistance to decay and is finished with a dry sink lined with copper.

#5 The New Yankee Workshop - The Mission Style Desk

Date24-08-2010, 15:01
The New Yankee Workshop - The Mission Style Desk

The New Yankee Workshop - The Mission Style Desk
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Prowling through an arts and crafts shop of highly collectable Stickley and other Mission style period furniture, Norm discovers a wonderful oak desk he hopes to use for a small computer. It is an original 1910 Oak Knee Hole Desk made by L&JG Stickley. Made of oak and finished in the appropriate color and glaze, Norm will be using this sturdy desk for his own home.

#6 The New Yankee Workshop - The Shaker Bookcase

Date24-08-2010, 14:38
The New Yankee Workshop - The Shaker Bookcase

The New Yankee Workshop - The Shaker Bookcase
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This bookcase will surprise many fans because it is unlike most Shaker designs. Elder Green built the original unusual cupboard in 1898 to contain a particular selection of documents in the Shaker Community library in Sabbathday Lake, Maine. Green built his bookcase of butternut and walnut and included a complicated cornice, built of several moldings. Norm revised the original, making it somewhat shorter and narrower and built his of cherry.

#7 The New Yankee Workshop - Entrance Door

Date20-08-2010, 19:10
The New Yankee Workshop - Entrance Door

The New Yankee Workshop - Entrance Door
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It would be hard to think of a more important element of a home’s appeal than its entranceway. But all too often, modern doors are an unremarkable (yet necessary) feature quickly forgotten by those who pass through them. Not so with this custom-made, mahogany beauty that Norm creates in The New Yankee Workshop. He designs and builds it from scratch for an old house that cries out for a new door. Along the way, he is able to find a pair of antique looking “Bulls Eye” glass inserts and a handsome brass knob and lock to set off this masterpiece.

#8 The New Yankee Workshop - The Flower Stand

Date24-08-2010, 15:08
The New Yankee Workshop - The Flower Stand

The New Yankee Workshop - The Flower Stand
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The flower stand is a woodworker’s interpretation of the flower vendor’s classic three-tiered display shelf. Norm built his version with hard-wearing medium density overlay plywood, a material favored by highway sign makers, and edged with decay resistant cypress. A twocoat paint job results in a handsome “black/green" garden finish, perfect for displaying a varied collection of plants and flowers.

#9 The New Yankee Workshop - Painted Cupboard

Date20-08-2010, 19:55
The New Yankee Workshop - Painted Cupboard

The New Yankee Workshop - Painted Cupboard
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Little is known about the handsome Painted Cupboard, which resides in one of the period rooms in the elegant country estate at the Winterthur Museum in Delaware. On a guided tour with Director of Conservation Gregory Landrey, Norm discovers the cupboard and is drawn to its scale, the unusual arched top door, and the “pinched” cornice that towers above the case. Norm will build his own version to the same dimensions back at The New Yankee Workshop and even matches the green blue paint on the exterior and the wine red color used for the interior.

#10 The New Yankee Workshop - The Tall Case Oak Clock

Date24-08-2010, 14:45
The New Yankee Workshop - The Tall Case Oak Clock

The New Yankee Workshop - The Tall Case Oak Clock
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From hobbyists building a clock out of a kit to professionals building one from scratch, clock building seems to be a popular woodworking pastime. Over the years, thousands of clocks have been made and a surprising number have survived. Nowhere is there a more interesting collection of old clocks than that of the National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania. Norm pays a visit to their collection for ideas for his version of a grandfather’s clock. Inspired, he combines an Arts & Crafts-style case and some delightful sounding chimes into what is sure to become a family heirloom.

#11 The New Yankee Workshop - The Dower Chest

Date24-08-2010, 14:49
The New Yankee Workshop - The Dower Chest

The New Yankee Workshop - The Dower Chest
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Pennsylvania Dutch is an endearing style created by early furniture makers. Many pieces of this delightful furniture, painted with colorful primitive design, can be found at the Winterthur estate, in Delware, Henry DuPont’s fabulous treasure house of American antiques. With curator Greg Landry, Norm tours the collection and finds an interesting dower chest dating back to 1840. Norm builds his own of tulip poplar and calls on a decorative painter to recreate typical Pennsylvania Dutch artwork.

#12 The New Yankee Workshop - Giltwood Mirror

Date20-08-2010, 19:17
The New Yankee Workshop - Giltwood Mirror

The New Yankee Workshop - Giltwood Mirror
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One of the most challenging projects ever attempted on The New Yankee Workshop comes when Norm tries his hand at reproducing a Federal-style Giltwood Mirror. It isn’t the woodworking that is particularly difficult. Norm makes that part seem easy. It’s trying to gild the mirror with gold leaf and make the frame appear as solid gold that takes time, patience, and lots of skill. Norm picks up the history of Giltwood and sees some remarkable examples when antiques expert Gary Sullivan discusses his collection. Then, Norm visits Linda Abrams a gilder and reverse painter for an understanding of what it takes to turn wood into gold.

#13 The New Yankee Workshop - Taunton Chest

Date20-08-2010, 19:00
The New Yankee Workshop - Taunton Chest

The New Yankee Workshop - Taunton Chest
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The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is a treasure house of the first order that boasts remarkable collections of early American furniture, including some incomparable pieces by Goddard and Townsend, the famous Colonial-era Rhode Island furniture makers.

#14 The New Yankee Workshop - Bowfront Chest

Date20-08-2010, 19:24
The New Yankee Workshop - Bowfront Chest

The New Yankee Workshop - Bowfront Chest
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Old Sturbridge Village is a recreated New England Village of the 1830s that includes a remarkable collection of antique buildings and the objects you would expect to find in them. They have more than 58 restored buildings and approximately 60,000 historic artifacts that were made or would have been used in rural New England in the early 1800s.

#15 The New Yankee Workshop - Nest of Tables

Date20-08-2010, 19:07
The New Yankee Workshop - Nest of Tables

The New Yankee Workshop - Nest of Tables
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Prowling antiques stores for a suitable project for his own living room, Norm encounters Matt Buckley, an appraiser and antiques expert, who shows him an interesting Nest of Tables. Unlike anything else he has built on the show, Norm is intrigued by these three small mahogany tables that store into one another to form a "nest". The example that Matt shows Norm are likely to be English circa 1920 and are derived from the "Chippendale" style. Norm decides to build his own versions from walnut and mahogany and he reproduces the fine inlay details of the original.

#16 The New Yankee Workshop - Dominy Clock

Date20-08-2010, 19:14
The New Yankee Workshop - Dominy Clock

The New Yankee Workshop - Dominy Clock
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Without dispute, one of the greatest collections of American antiques resides at the Winterthur Museum in Delaware. One of the Museum’s most popular displays, the original workshops of the Dominy family, quickly draws Norm’s attention. The Dominys were clock and cabinetmakers who worked in eastern Long Island from the 1730s to the 1830s, creating high-quality clocks and furniture. Norm visits the exhibit and selects a clock, circa 1821, from the Dominy collection to reproduce back in the Workshop. Inspired by the Dominy clock, and up for the woodworking challenge, Norm builds his own simple tall case clock out of poplar and paints it to resemble the original.

#17 The New Yankee Workshop - Cowboy Sideboard

Date20-08-2010, 19:27
The New Yankee Workshop - Cowboy Sideboard

The New Yankee Workshop - Cowboy Sideboard
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Wyoming antiques dealer Terry Winchell wants everybody to know about the remarkable work of furniture designer Thomas Molesworth. In the 1930s, from his base in Cody, Wyoming, Molesworth created “Cowboy”-style furnishings made from peeled Douglas fir logs, stretched red leather, and routed out images of Indian teepees, animal tracks, and shooting irons. Dwight Eisenhower was a fan of this particularly distinctive dude ranch furniture, as was Thomas Yawkey (once the owner of Norm’s beloved Red Sox). Today, Molesworth is very collectable, as Norm finds out when he visits Winchell at his operation in Jackson Hole. The ultimate New England craftsman brings a little bit of Western sensibility into his Yankee workshop when he decides to takes on a Molesworth-style sideboard for his own collection.

#18 The New Yankee Workshop - Old Pine Dry Sink

Date20-08-2010, 19:45
The New Yankee Workshop - Old Pine Dry Sink

The New Yankee Workshop - Old Pine Dry Sink
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Arlington House sits high above the National Cemetery in Virginia as an imposing witness to historic events. Once the home of Robert E. Lee, it survives today under the watchful care of the National Park Service and is brimming with antiques of the Civil War era. Historic records prove that, at one time, the estate owned 63 slaves, some of whom worked in the kitchen. Lots of the tools and everyday objects they would have used still take up residence in the house, including a painted Old Pine Dry Sink. Norm notices it immediately and decides to build one himself out of recycled pine. However, the only water Norm’s dry sink will ever see is from tending the houseplants he intends to display on its copper top.