19th Century Deck Guns
These are two 19th century deck guns that needed new trucks built. During our research we discovered that these guns originally had swivel bases and the trucks we replaced were most likely made in the early 1900’s. They are made from mahogany to be more weather resistant. The finish is hand applied and rubbed to achieve a rich patina. For more information on these guns click here.Return to top.
Tiger Maple Desk
Custom five drawer desk with a graceful circular end that opens for additional storage. Drawers are fully dovetailed with mortise and tenon construction throughout. Finish is hand applied and rubbed for a rich patina. Built to customer’s specifications.Return to top.
Washington College Lectern
The lectern was built using mortise and tenon construction. The raised panels are set into the frame and are able to move freely. Elm, from the fallen Washington College Elm, is used throughout with considerable figure on the raised panels but a more modest pattern on the front panel to show off the carved Washington College seal. The finish is hand applied and rubbed to achieve a rich patina. c. 1999 Read More >>
“George and Barbara Bush and Dr. James Watson were the first guests to use Washington College’s new podium—a wooden lectern literally carved out of one of the College’s most cherished traditions.
Washington College Pedestal Base Lectern
This lectern was commissioned by Washington College as their needs for additional speaking areas grew. Made of white oak, plain and quarter sawn. The finish is hand applied and rubbed to achieve a rich patina. Size is specific to customer’s needs.Return to top.
Queen Ann Tiger Maple Porringer Top Tea Table with Candle Slides
A rectangular top with shaped porringer corners above a fully scalloped skirt on all four sides and cabriole legs ending in pad feet. The stiles are mortised, tenoned, and pinned. The antique finish is hand applied and rubbed to achieve a rich patina. 27″ H x 32″L x 22″ W Connecticut – c. 1740-1745Return to top.