A mahogany four-poster bed with hand-turned, reeded posts and a crotch mahogany headboard with rosewood crossbanding.
A Pair of Federal-style mahogany nightstands with crotch-grained mahogany front and satinwood and ebony fan inlay.
A pair of end tables with hand-turned fluted legs and tulipwood crossbanding and ebony inlay. The drawer fronts are veneered in crotch-grained mahogany, with fine, English-made cast brass hardware.
A highly inlaid square post bed with hand-turned acorn finials. The posts feature inlays of diamond-matched satinwood and sapele veneer, with ebony stringing.
Table top made of 500 year old local Live Oak. A beautiful wood, but very hard and difficult to work, live oak was used on the USS Constitution, and was a large part of what made her "Old Ironsides." The table base is soldered copper.
A pair of carved oak leaves serve a practical purpose, acting as a dovetail to hold a crack closed, as well as being nice to looks at.
A large cherry sideboard with tapered legs and Federal style tiger maple inlay. the piece also has hand maple pulls and a hand-beveled top.
A wall mounted console in beautiful, warm French Walnut veneer. Inspired by an antique, 19th-century Biedermeier piece, this table was custom designed to fit the customer's home.
A large Walnut console with saber legs. This piece has a burl-walnut top with curly walnut veneers on the apron, and an ebony and ivory foot.
A clean, contemporary walnut and curly maple jewelry box with dovetailed case and hand carved pulls. The drawer fronts are all cut out of the same board, creating unbroken grain across the whole front of the piece. This piece also has an all-natural finish of beeswax, linseed oil and turpentine.
Open back banjo with mother-of-peal inlays and a walnut rim and tiger maple neck. This banjo features a Whyte Laydie tone ring and ebony fingerboard, and she sounds purty good too.
The curly maple neck was stained and sanded multiple times to really bring out the figure in the wood.