Period Reproductions
Furniture designs from the eighteenth century have endured because they are beutiful and functional Here are a few examples of pieces that I have reproduced following original designs and details and using traditional construction methods from the period.  These designs can be made in a variety of woods, including Mahogany, as shown, Cherry, Walnut or Maple.  The finish is polyurethane varnish, which is tough and waterproof.  I apply three coats, polish to a high satin sheen, and that gives a beautiful, durrable finish. 

Queene Anne Dropleaf Table.  c. 1720.  Mahogany       $1,900.00

Dropleaf Table, open.  Hand cut dovetail joints at the corners, Knuckle joint for the swing-out leg.

Queene Anne Highchest, c. 1720. Mahogany. Hand carved scroll pediment, shell motifs and finial.  Hand cut dovetailed drawers. Period hardware.
$3,400.00
 

Queene Anne Tea Table, c. 1720. Mahogany.              $1,700.00  

Empire Side Chair.  c. 1800.  Mahohany.     
Side Chair:  $550.00
Arm Chair: $650.00 
Sets of six or eight.  (A set includes two arm chairs and either four or six side chairs.)

Queene Anne Easy Chair, c. 1720.  Mahogany, Upholstery.
$2,100.00

Hand cut dovetailed drawers

Hand cut dovetailed drawers.

Small Sheraton secretary, c. 1790.  Mahogany.  Turned, carved legs. Period hardware.
$1,900.00

Small Dropleaf  Side Table.  Mahogany
$1,200.00  One of a pair.

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