Pieces Currently For Sale
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Bird's Eye Maple Wall Cabinet
This is a simple cabinet cabinet built of beautiful Bird's Eye Maple. The wooden knob also functions as a 1/4-turn latch and the shelves inside are adjustable with a traditional adjustment system. Sold with a knob to secure cabinet to wall.
Finding the right lumber for a piece is often a matter of being in the right place at the right time. That is what happened when I found this Bird's Eye Maple. There was not much, just two narrow boards, but it struck me as the perfect amount and figure for a cabinet such as this. For Sale: $1150
Walnut bureau, 36”Hx42”Wx18.25”D; oil and shellac finish
A friend and resident of Historic Waterford possesses a period chest of drawers dated to ca. 1780 and I admire that chest of drawers every time I visit. I decided to build a piece based on the admirable dimensions of that original. The original is Cherry, mine is Walnut.
For Sale $4900
Walnut Pembroke table inlaid with sand-shaded holly, shop sawn crotch birch veneer, with crotch walnut drawer 28.5” high x 26” deep x 14” wide when closed, 25” wide when open
This Pembroke table is based on several period examples, but is an original design. It features shop-sawn crotch Birch veneer, Holly stringing and sand-shaded inlay. The finish is oil, shellac, and wax.
For Sale: $5800
Queen Anne Side Chairs
Set of two walnut side chairs with bookmatched crotch walnut splats, oil and shellac finish, slip seat, 41” high total; 19” seat height, 18” seat width, 16.5” seat depth
Based on several surviving examples from the Philadelphia area around 1750, these Queen Anne side chairs are made of Walnut with matching, re-sawn crotch Walnut splats. The slip seat can easily be reupholstered in a different fabric. The finish is oil and shellac.
For Sale $6750 for the pair