Through mortise and tenon trestle base with wedged English walnut salvaged from NE Portland, held together with a wedged peg. Incense cedar finished with locally made product Landark. Fir reclaimed from an old industrial building in the Pearl District.
I decided to take out some rough pieces of wood to start practising some basic cuts that I have learnt. I called this project ‘Corners’. It was always my intention to make a frame or a box with various types of joints as a 3D textbook for myself and for future references. Please correct me if my terminologies are wrong, but I believe these are the dovetail joint, lap joint, through-dowel joint, and open through mortise and tenon joint (Bridle joint).