The picture shows the appearance of two scroll saw panels that are offered for download here, which may come in handy when designing fine furniture or some panels.

We found them in the book ‚Furniture with candelabra and interior decoration‚ (Author: Bridgens Richard) published in 1838. These panel patterns come from a book that was dedicated to fine furniture and décor, and they were said to belong to Elizabethan style. Below the image of the first pattern, it was written: Print cabinet, at Aston Hall, Warwickshire. Below the image of the second pattern it was written: Side of bookcase, at Aston Hall.


Furniture scroll saw panels
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Available file formats

Both furniture panel patterns are available in 2D CAD (.dwg) and vector (.eps and .svg) file formats.


Both panel patterns are rectangular and not very complex, so you can also cut them manually using scroll saw technique. They can be used as ornaments on furniture pieces, for the making of very nice panels of old-fashioned appearance, or even as a scroll saw pattern for beginners to practise the scroll saw technique, etc. We have drawn the patterns carefully using 2D CAD software, which makes them not only suitable for graphical use but also for use in CAM software if you are going to cut them with CNC machines. Both patterns have  horizontal and vertical axes of symmetry, and we are sure this will facilitate work for you.

Choose format and download these free scroll saw patterns:


Download DWG 2D CAD file format
Download EPS vector file format
Download SVG vector file format

Submitted by Ceh Jan


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