Below are some examples of past and present work. For information on ordering any of these pieces or inquiries on custom furniture feel free to use the contact page for additional information.
Natale Side Table: Low table based off of the traditional 3 legged stool design. Every piece is hand turned on the lathe and then assembled with traditional mortise and tenon joinery. The top utilizes two butterfly joints to stabilize two small naturally occurring cracks. Shown here in oxidized walnut, finished with a mixture of all natural linseed oil and beeswax and a final coat of black furniture wax.
The 75 Stool: Named for the angle at which the legs are splayed the 75 stool is our modern take on the traditional 3 legged stool. Featuring exposed wedged tenons in the seat and brass peg details on the stretcher joinery make this seat sturdy and built to last. Finished with a mix of all natural linseed oil and beeswax. As with all of our furniture this stool is made by hand, by one craftsman from start to finish; resulting in a piece that is one of a kind and unique to you. Available in a variety of domestic hardwoods: walnut, cherry and maple.
The 86 Stool: Named because this design almost ended up on the cutting room floor. This is the bastard cousin of the 75 Stool. Featuring a more modern leg and stretcher shape along with a sleeker seat contour. This seat features the same traditional joinery and details that make the 75 Stool built to last. Finished with a mix of all natural linseed oil and beeswax. Available in walnut, cherry and maple.
Milton's Long Island: This wall-hung rendition of Long Island was brought about for a dear friend for which this piece gets its name. We use boards that have a bit more character, knots, cracks and bark inclusions allow for butterfly joints, rectangular and circular patches. This along with the solid brass rod connecting the barrier islands to the mainlandmake a beautiful piece of art to hang on your wall that will truly be one of a kind. Finished with a mix of all natural linseed oil and beeswax.
Live Edge Maple Coffee Table: The stand out feature in this live edge coffee table is the spalted maple slab that makes up the top. Butterfly joints and dutch patches to fix cracks stabilize any cracks and imperfections while letting the beautiful figure and spalting in the maple stand on its own. The slab sits on a black walnut base with a mid-century style spindle legs. Finished with a water based polyurethane for long lasting protection.
The Gentleman's Whiskey Cabinet: A mid-century style cabinet to hold your most important whiskey and two glasses in which to share your drink with the person of your choosing. Made with solid walnut, splined mitered joiner make this cabinet built to last forever. Solid brass knife hinges and door pull made in New Jersey are used for the hardware.
Curly Maple Low Table: Highly figured curly maple and a solid walnut base make. Finished with a clear shellac.