Serving Tray - Tiger Maple.
The serving tray in an expansion of the knife box design with its delicat scroll work and graceful lines. Enjoy this timeless piece to serve your family and guests with the "elegance" they deserve ~ perhaps an unforgettable breakfast~in~bed!ï¿½ Our tiger maple version is one of the most beautiful pieces we've produced.
Serving Tray - Red Painted.
The serving tray in an expansion of the knife box design with its delicat scroll work and graceful lines. Enjoy this timeless piece to serve your family and guests with the "elegance" they deserve - perhaps an unforgettable breakfast - in - bed!
Beautiful natural wood finish inside with classic red along the outside.
Lifttop - Tiger Maple.
As Colonial furnishings became more elaborate, fancy little desk boxes were used to hold valuable documents, letters and writing materials. Now, very rare, these early boxes are generally only found in museum collections.
We have chosen a slant-top version from the Wallace Nutting Furniture Treasure as it represents the most graceful example of desk boxes.
The Bennington Hamper.
This hamper design was taken from an antique wooden box with interesting tapered sides that has been in Karen's family for generations. We have added a few decorative embellishments of our own such as our signature hand holds, scrolled base and breadboard~edge top to make this an unusually special piece.
Generations ago, families used simple but sturdy cupboards to store everything from glassware to medicine bottles.
Tiger Maple Mirror.
This mirror is a classic! Available in small or large size. Please use drop-down menu below to choose size.
Our reproduction of an 18th century bucket bench. Thru mortised and square nailed.
The Wall Box - Painted.
An antique wall box in its simplest form was most often used to hold candles. Long after the edges and corners had been rounded and worn smoothe, the box was the rejuvenated with a coat of red paint.