Posts Tagged ‘dovetail’

Demi Lune Console Table

April 8, 2010

We made this table using Bird’s Eye Maple veneer with Rosewood feet and detailing to complement our client’s Art Deco period house.

This semi-circular table has a single drawer, which has a curved front and handcut dovetails.  Bird’s Eye Maple is a very hard wood with a very decorative grain structure created by the birdseyes.

Bird’s Eye Maple features in another of our table designs here.  Have a close look at our MWL desk – it’s asymmetric design allows more space for a personal computer.


Great Yorkshire Show

July 11, 2009

Come and visit our stand at the Great Yorkshire Show on 14, 15 and 16 July 2009.  We will have our sculptural contemporary furniture on display in the Made in Yorkshire marquee.

You will also be able to purchase smaller items from us – we will have clocks, mirrors, chopping boards, cheese boards and a selection of jewellery boxes, which all make excellent gifts.

You will be able to discuss your furniture needs with David, who will be delighted to provide you with initial ideas for development.

Visit our workshop

June 13, 2009

We are opening our studio to visitors – come and see David demonstrating his traditional craftmanship skills at our workshop on 20 and 21 June, and on 26, 27, 28 June.  We will be open from 10.30 am till 5.30 pm on these days.  We will have examples of our individually designed furniture on display – please come and try them out – you can touch the wood, sit on the wood, buy the wood – we will have gift items available for you to purchase on the day; for example jewellery boxes, clocks with unique grain patterns, chopping boards, cheese boards and larger items of furniture.  We are taking part in the North Yorkshire Open Studios event, you can see other inspirational artists and craftsmen here

Display cabinet

January 13, 2009
Display cabinet

Display cabinet

This cabinet is designed for large model boats to be displayed behind locked glass paneled doors.  A dolls house will be displayed on top.  Our client requested a light timber – we used sycamore and made the handles and joint detailing in yew.

Entwine Table

December 9, 2008
Entwined twixt twig and twine

Entwined twixt twig and twine

David carved the work of calligrapher Richard Crookes into the top of this console table. Inlaid cherry represents the ‘twig’ and Stephanie’s stitched hemp cord represents the ‘twine’.

Entwine Console Table

Entwine Console Table

This collaboration was exhibited at the Creative Networks event at Leeds College of Art and Design.

You can commission David, Stephanie and Richard to make a truly unique piece of furniture.

Entrance Hall Furniture

December 1, 2008

Our clients presented a sketch of their idea for entrance hall furniture for their Victorian house, and this formed the starting point of our design.  They are an active family needing somewhere to store coats, hats, gloves, scarves, walking sticks and umbrellas.  They also needed space left in the entrance hall for their golf clubs.  They wanted design and manufacture only and wanted it supplied as a kit so that they could collect and fit the furniture themselves.

Entrance Hall Furniture

Entrance Hall Furniture