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This side chair's slip-seat is upholstered with traditional materials- check out the entire process and see how it was done!view details
A young furniture maker gets in touch with the past, and helps reconstruct Emily Dickinson's bedroom.view details
The Connecticut Historical Society and the Society of American Period Furniture Makers have collaborated on a show presenting original pieces and modern reproductions along side each other.view details
Another great day at Williamsburg's "Working Wood in the 18th Century" conference, filled with entertaining woodworking demos and tons of tips and inspiration to carry home.view details
The program kicked off in earnest today with the woodworking presentations. First up was Williamsburg's own Kaare Loftheim, reproducing a bureau table made in 1754 by Williamsburg...view details
The New England chapter of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers (SAPFM) will meet at the Connecticut Valley of Woodworking in Manchester, Conn.view details
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