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A word or two about pricing:  I consider my pricing to be fair and reasonable, on par with a quality furniture store but a fraction of the price for a comparable antique. I guarantee my work and I furthermore guarantee that my work is 100% made in Maine. Pricing is based on materials, size and detail. If you have something in mind, 
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I enjoy diversity in woodworking projects and I don't limit myself to furniture and built-ins.  Here are but a few of the projects I have done over the years to go along with numerous reproduction doors, gates, fences, belaying pins, boxes, soffit brackets, and hundreds of restoration and repair projects.
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This is one of several pairs of church gates for the First Parish Church in Portland, Maine, I believe to be the oldest church in the state.  Painted white oak.

 

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Behind the church gate (image on left) is a memorial garden featuring this large white oak garden bench I made for them from a photo that the trustees liked.  The construction is all pegged, mortise and tenon joinery, like a post and beam house.


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Presented here is about the most stately window box in which a flower was ever planted.  I built these from a drawing by John Calvin Stevens himself, architect of this Portland Federalist revival home.  Both the window boxes and trellis are painted pine.

 


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Here is an example of the many flat panel shutters I am called to make.  I incorporate a period inset molding which seems to compliment any decor. Also shown is a corner of a cherry mission style table.

       
 

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This is a copy of a Federalist mirror I saw at an auction that I liked.  It's in tiger maple, appropriately colored and finished to present the same look of the original.
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Shown is a simple painted pine mantel
designed for this 1810 Federalist home.

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