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Shaker Hancock bench in solid cherry. June 2017.

Shaker settee, unfinished. The seat is poplar; the legs and spindles are maple, and the back rest is tiger maple. May 2017.

Saddle stools in cherry (foreground) and maple. March 2017.

Detail of solid ash and walnut benches, as exhibited at the Bluemont Fair. Note angle of seat; everyone who sat on these benches found that they were more comfortable than a standard flat bench seat. September, 2014.

A trio of simple benches in stunning black walnut, made from walnut we harvested in 2013 from the client's farm north of Winchester, Virginia. September, 2014.

Continuous arm Windsor settee, finished in ebony dye stain and polyurethane. This is a beautiful piece of furniture that is certain to become a family heirloom. Height is 42"; seat width is 49", and seat depth is 17". September, 2014.

Trio of classic Windsor chairs, finished in two-tone aniline dye and polyurethane. April, 2014.

Trio of solid quartersawn red oak benches. Two are available for sale in our showroom; the third was made for a landowner who provided us with several red oak logs from his property in 2011.

Another view of the trio of solid quartersawn red oak benches.

Windsor chair in ebony and aniline dye, finished with polyurethane, paired with Colonial side table in tiger maple.

Windsor chair paired with Shaker side table.

Windsor chair paired with Youth chair, finished in ebony aniline dye and polyurethane. An original version of the Youth chair is displayed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

A veritable platoon of solid cherry and white oak stools. After more than two years of use by children in a commercial setting, these stools remain strong and sturdy.