Bauerly Woodworking Studio

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Bauerly Woodworking Studio
Bauerly Woodworking Studio is listed in the Furniture Repairing & Refinishing category in Sioux City, Iowa. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bauerly Woodworking Studio which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bauerly Woodworking Studio on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

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4510 West St
Sioux City, IA 51108
(712) 252-3019

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Bauerly Woodworking Studio has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Bauerly Woodworking Studio has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Sioux City, Iowa is 42 and in the Furniture Repairing & Refinishing category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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I guess I should have state, for those who don't know. I collect grade A vintage and antque sets of chisels, mostly from Sweden, altho some for the UK, a few German makers and the US. I make boxes for the best sets. It is fun for the most part but right now I am at the frustrating end of this box for a near perfect set of 15 Swedish chisels made in Eskilstuna. 1/8" up to 2" First time working with Shedua. The sides have a nice curl to the wood. Kinda like teak but not as nice a wood, not bad, just prefer teak. Had some smallish pieces of Shedua hangin' out in the shop for 30 plus years so thought this was a great use for it. The solids on the inside of antique Indonesian Paduak. The chisels handle sit on blue velvet, and the blades on Madagascar Rosewood veneer on walnut, with gold leaf on the bottom. The holding device is Paduak also. perfect set of 15 Swedish chisels made in Eskilstuna. 1/8" up to 2" First time working with Shedua. The sides have a nice curl to the wood. Kinda like teak but not as nice a wood, not bad, just prefer teak. Had some smallish pieces of Shedua hangin' out in the shop for 30 plus years so thought this was a great use for it. The solids on the inside of antique Indonesian Paduak. The chisels handle sit on blue velvet, and the blades on Madagascar Rosewood venner on walnut, with gold leaf on the bottom. The holding device is Paduak also. The lid is ebony for edges, with an inside layer of Paduak, then I had veneered the inside with Rosewood but decided gold would look good, soooooooo, and boy was that a frustrating bit.....ugh. The top is a quarter match of Amboynia Burls with some antique Ivory from old piano keys cut into a design I do not like. It should have been elongated in equal measurement to the size of the top..........experimented and lost on that one. Over all, it is a good box. Not what I had hoped but pretty good.)