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A word or two about pricing:  I consider my pricing to be fair and reasonable, on par with a quality furniture store but a fraction of the price for a comparable antique. I guarantee my work and I furthermore guarantee that my work is 100% made in Maine. Pricing is based on materials, size and detail. If you have something in mind, let's talk...
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Here is a solid cherry, country cupboard made to the
customerís specifications to fit the space.  It has
adjustable shelves and a milk painted beaded pine
back, just like many of the old period cabinets.  As with
any of my work, this cabinet could be made to another
design, using another wood, hardware, etc., along with
your imagination.
 
Small hall table or sideboard shown here in curly maple with hand turned period legs and dovetailed drawers. Measures approximately 36"x15"x30" and could be modified and enlarged in a wide variety of ways in keeping with this very traditional look.

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This piece was actually made to be a bathroom vanity
using a vessel style sink.  It has a false drawer on top 
and a half sized second drawer with a full lower drawer.
It could just as well have been made into a chest of
drawers, lengthened or widened to suit.  This shows
another traditional look with cock beaded drawer 
fronts, period brass bail pulls and bracket feet.

 

A successful recreation of a Queen Anne mahogany 3-drawer dresser sporting hand made dovetailed, cock beaded drawers, appropriate hardware and unusual figured, curly mahogany.  This could be made to any size using any other wood, configuration and hardware.


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Shown with the top both open and closed, this curly maple secretary desk is made in the same manner of an 18th century original.  It features some 168 hand cut dovetails, period chased brasses, ogee bracket feet and a hand applied finish.  The gallery is a close copy of a 1760 secretary I saw in a local museum.  This piece captures the look and has the presence of work built in an earlier time. It measures 40-1/2" H x 37"W x 21"D.
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A curly maple two-piece step back hutch, with frame 
and panel sides, period bracket feet, raised panel doors,
 hand dovetailed lipped drawer, divided light doors and 
a milk painted beaded back, all exactly as the customer
requested.  I present this as an example of how a 
common piece can be customized to suit the customerís
specific taste and space requirements.

An example of a sturdy, maple harvest table made to the customerís specifications and finished to match the look and feel of the other pieces in the room.  It measures 78" x 35" x 30" with solid 12/4 leg stock. 

 
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