I have mentioned these here and there in other posts. I have only recently gotten a couple of days to give them some serious effort. Feels good to work in the shop instead of in my head ;-)
I am using mitered and pegged tenons. I thought to use the coping sled to make quick work of the tenons but had already cut the shoulders so . . . no backer board. I put a small chisel tap on the line at the exit point:
Tenons mitered fine:
This is the general appearance from the rear (no drawer yet) without the lower shelf. My design includes the shown Blacker House leg details and pegged, emphasized-finger-joint drawers:
The breadboard top is typical G&G. Material is ash with ebony for the plugs. I've got a reasonable number of shots about the build that I'll post after I get past removing milling marks and such. Still pondering the finish.