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Winners Announced at the 10th Annual Texas Furniture Makers Show

comments (1) November 22nd, 2009 in blogs

BetsyE Betsy Engel, contributor
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The Fine Woodworking prize winner, Danny Kameraths Christina Table
1st place winner - John OBrien
2nd prize winner - Jeff Granberry
3rd prize winner - Clark Kellogg
The Fine Woodworking prize winner, Danny Kameraths Christina Table - CLICK TO ENLARGE

The Fine Woodworking prize winner, Danny Kamerath's Christina Table

Photo: Courtesy of Danny Kamerath

The 10th Annual Texas Furniture Makers Show awards ceremony was held on Nov 7, 2009 in Kerrville, Texas. The Judges’ Special Award sponsored by Fine Woodworking was won by Danny Kamerath of Dallas, for his Christina Side Table. Danny won a prize package of Fine Woodworking goodies valued at $400.

Some of the other winners include: First Place - Best of Show to John O’Brien from Boerne for his Ophelia Credenza; Second Overall Prize to Jeff Granberry from Houston for his Cocktail Table; and Third Overall Prize to Clark Kellogg also from Houston for his Vidar’s Chairs.

The juried show, which runs though December 5 at the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, features 78 furniture pieces handcrafted by 58 furniture makers from Texas.

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Comments (1)

GEide GEide writes: Congrats to the winners. I could definitely use a credenza like Mr. O'Brien's in my house.

Kudos to Clark Kellogg too. ( He won one of our FW contests and was among the first to start posting in our member gallery:
Posted: 3:55 pm on November 23rd

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