New England Tea Table

New England Tea Table

New England Tea Table This cherry tea table uses a variety of delicate curves to represent its subtle form. The shaped tapered legs are dovetailed into a turned column which then terminates into a elliptical top that tilts. Its pleasing shape represents the power of a...
McIntire Urn Stand

McIntire Urn Stand

McIntire Urn Stand This richly carved mahogany urn stand follows Hepplewhite’s design. Five different types of foliage dress the column and base in traditional Roman and Grecian elements with the grape leaf motif descending down its shaft. Photography by Mark...
Parlor Collection

Parlor Collection

Parlor Collection Samuel McIntire, one of the most influential American carver’s of the 18th century. His keen eye for proportion and flawless execution lured me to recreating the legacy he left behind. The richly hand carved mahogany arm chair and beverage...
“Not So Shaker” Dining Table

“Not So Shaker” Dining Table

“Not So Shaker” Dining Table This Highly Figured Birdseye Maple Dining table was an exciting challenge. The simplicity in the design masks the complexity of its mechanics. The inward swell of the table gives the Birdseye figure more of a dynamic effect. In...
Carved Pillars for MA State House Library

Carved Pillars for MA State House Library

Carved Pillars for MA State House Library These four Mahogany pillars were carved to match an existing table in the state house library of Massachusetts by H. H. Richardson, a 19th century American Architect. I was hired to interpret and carve the floral elements and...