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    Heartwood Pine table - process, trestle base (continued) and saddle joint

    So here's the last in a series of posts on how I made this trestle table. 3 previous threads were: 1. General: http://www.ncwoodworker.net/forums/showthread.php?t=37044 2. Table top process: http://www.ncwoodworker.net/forums/showthread.php?t=37048 3. Trestle Base process...
  2. Artillery team, drivers and giant cannon

    Artillery team, drivers and giant cannon

    The Giant Cannon is about finished, the team has all harness, saddles and drivers.
  3. Artillery team, drivers and giant cannon

    Artillery team, drivers and giant cannon

    The Giant Cannon is about finished, the team has all harness, saddles and drivers.
  4. Saddles with shabraques

    Saddles with shabraques

    Hungarian Hussar styled saddles used as pack saddles on the off-horses; fitted shabraques with sircingles.
  5. Shabraque

    Shabraque

    Shabraque, inside-out view. Used with Hungarian-Hussar style saddles. Custom design.
  6. Saddles with shabraques

    Saddles with shabraques

    Hungarian Hussar styled saddles used as pack saddles on the off-horses; fitted shabraque.
  7. Saddles with shabraques

    Saddles with shabraques

    Hungarian Hussar styled saddles used as pack saddles on the off-horses; fitted shabraque prototype.
  8. Hussar Stirrup for the Driver's Saddle

    Hussar Stirrup for the Driver's Saddle

    The Hussar Stirrup was used with the Hussar-style military saddles that became popular in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
  9. Hussar Stirrup for the Driver's Saddle

    Hussar Stirrup for the Driver's Saddle

    The Hussar Stirrup was used with the Hussar-style military saddles that became popular in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
  10. Hussar Stirrup for the Driver's Saddle

    Hussar Stirrup for the Driver's Saddle

    The Hussar Stirrup was used with the Hussar-style military saddles that became popular in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
  11. Cantle for British 1856 UP Driver's Saddle

    Cantle for British 1856 UP Driver's Saddle

    The early British military saddles came in two types - a trooper's saddle with a high-arched cantle with an extended spoon, and a low-arch driver's saddle (low so the harness supporting the breeching and/or crupper can attach low on the rear of the cantle).
  12. Bridle - Waxed Cable Lace

    Bridle - Waxed Cable Lace

    While awaiting an order for 1/16-inch leather lace, I experimented with 1/16 waxed linen cable lacing tape for practicing on making the miniature bridle.
  13. Universal Pattern Saddle - model of 1856

    Universal Pattern Saddle - model of 1856

    first prototype.Saddle with seat. Cantle has been reduced slightly but is still oversize.
  14. Universal Pattern Saddle - model of 1856

    Universal Pattern Saddle - model of 1856

    first prototype. Saddle with seat. Cantle has been reduced slightly but is still oversize.
  15. Universal Pattern Saddle - model of 1856

    Universal Pattern Saddle - model of 1856

    first prototype. Separate girth strap replaced by girth buckle.
  16. Universal Pattern Saddle

    Universal Pattern Saddle

    1856 British UP-based artillery driver's saddle in progress. Stirrup leathers with temporary wire stirrup.
  17. Universal Pattern Saddle

    Universal Pattern Saddle

    1856 British UP-based artillery driver's saddle in progress. Single girth strap, for practical reasons of scale, instead of dual straps on original full-size saddles.
  18. Universal Pattern Saddle 1856

    Universal Pattern Saddle 1856

    Model of the British Universal Pattern Saddle of 1856. Girth, unfinished, tied to sidebars. Stirrup bar cut in to the left.
  19. Universal Pattern Saddle 1856

    Universal Pattern Saddle 1856

    Model of the British Universal Pattern Saddle of 1856, showing how girth is tied to the sidebars.
  20. 1856 UP Saddle project

    1856 UP Saddle project

    Trying driver for fit

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