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S19 E13: Window Bench

Norm reproduces a 19th Century upholstered window bench

S19 E12: Nest of Tables

Norm reproduces a Chippendale-style nest of tables from the 1920s

S19 E11: Bowfront Chest

Norm reproduces an 19th Century bowfront chest on display in Old Sturbridge Village

S19 E10: Taunton Chest

Norm reproduces a decorated small chest, originally designed in the 18th Century by Robert Crosman and named for Taunton, MA, where it was first built

S19 E8-9: Table Saw 101 Part 1-2

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

S19 E7: Painted Cupboard

Norm builds a tall cupboard with an arched top door, and a "pinched" cornice that towers above the case

S19 E6: Cowboy Sideboard

Norm brings a little bit of Western sensibility into his Yankee workshop when he decides to take on a cowboy sideboard for his own collection

S19 E5: Dominy Clock

Norm reproduces a tall clock built by the Dominy family in the 19th Century

S19 E4: Martha’s Candlestand

Norm reproduces a candlestand belonging to Martha Washington with a wooden "birdcage" element that allows the tabletop to rotate and flip up for storage

S19 E3: Old Pine Dry Sink

Norm builds an old pine dry sink out of recycled pine

S19 E2: Entrance Door

Norm designs and builds an entrance door from scratch for an old house that cries out for a new door

S19 E1: Giltwood Mirror

Norm tries his hand at reproducing a Federal-style Giltwood Mirror