The Custom Furniture Source Book: A Guide to 125 Craftsmen

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Taunton Press, 2001 - Art - 264 pages
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Sitting down to a custom-built dining table, or storing linens in a truly unique armoire...it's a dream for people who embrace quality and custom woodworking. But if you don't have the skills, tools, or time to make it yourself, where can you get it.? This book will answer any questions a reader may have about purchasing and/or commissioning custom pieces. It tells where to find furniture and how much one can expect to pay for it. The 125 furniture makers listed were chosen by an independent jury of some of the country's top craftsmen. This is a truly unique reference book for anyone interested in bringing beautiful, one-of-a-kind furnishings into their homes.
-- More than 500 photos showcase beautiful pieces of furniture.
-- Includes details about each maker's work and contact information.
-- Indexed by geographic location, type of furniture, and maker.
  

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Contents

Introduction
Aequalis Furniture
Andy Rae Woodworking and Writing Studios
Blackwater Woodworks
James Bowie
Curtis Buchanan
in Fine Furniture
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46
Bruce Cohen
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About the author (2001)

Kerry Pierce has been a professional woodworker for more than twenty years and is the author of several woodworking books, including The Wood Stash Project Book. He has taught at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking and his pieces can be seen in galleries and exhibits throughout Ohio. Kerry lives in Lancaster, Ohio.

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