Current Inventory    


In addition to building commissioned custom furniture pieces, I usually have several items in "inventory" and ready for immediate sale.  Occasionally, when I build a piece for a client, I will build a second one for display in my showroom or at a local gallery.  Sometimes I simply want to try my hand at a new style, utilize a new material of type of finish, or when I'm inspired by the work of a woodworking master.

The items shown below are presently in my limited inventory.  Click on the photos or names below to see the details of that piece.  Please feel free to contact me if you require any additional information.

Harvest Table        This striking table incorporates exotic African black limba and wenge lumber into a traditional harvest table design.  It's finished in a high-gloss sheen to accentuate the amazing figuring in the unique lumber.

Rustic "Live-Edge" Walnut Crotch Bench        Starting with two stunning pieces of bookmatched walnut crotch lumber, this bench was constructed with boards that all came from the same tree.  Every component of this bench still has "live edges", with the light-blonde natural edges of the boards blending into the rich, dark brown color of the walnut heartwood.  The symmetrical "feathery" pattern of the walnut crotch makes this bench truly one-of-a-kind!!

Antique Clocks with Distressed Frames        These amazing clocks feature reproduction antique clock faces paired with matching frames that have distressed finishes and aged/patinaed metal accents.  They range in size from a relatively modest 16" up to a stunning 39" in diameter.  Several are available for immediate purchase.

Keepsake Boxes with Carved Celtic Knots        A client asked me to build an elaborately carved keepsake box using a combination of figured mahogany and maple lumber.  The design was so intriguing that I built a second box for a future lucky owner...

Antique Mirror Clock        Finished with distressed crackled paint, this clock appears to be decades old.

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