Circa 1820's inspired corner cabinet made from Flame Birch.
To make the grain "pop", I used 2 coats of dye to soak into the curl, then followed it up with a coat of boiled linseed oil, sealed it in with shellac, and then top coated with 4-5 coats of General Finishes Arm-R-Seal to give it the protection it needed while still maintaining the authentic look I was going for.
Interior finished with milk paint.
Turnbuttons were used to hold the doors closed as that was a period authentic method at the time.
Custom crown moulding was made using a combination of table saw and hand tools.