There have been some interesting jobs on my bench in recent months, here is one from July:
The pegs of this old violin were fat and wobbly - the time had come for the peg holes to be re-bushed. This shows the four boxwood bushings glued in place and ready to be very carefully sawn, chiseled and finally scraped to be absolutely level with the surrounding area, if not a tiny bit concave to allow for the small extra thickness of the subsequent varnish retouch.
Typical me, forgetting to photograph the in between stages! Now the new peg holes have been drilled, ready for the final reaming and fitting of the new pegs. Note that the new holes are a bit off-centre - partly because there will be less stress on the bond between boxwood and maple, and partly - in this case - because the original holes were positioned in such a way as to cause the G and A strings to rub against the pegbox (and rather squint besides)
Below, 2 pics of the retouched pegbox.