TABLES & DESKS


Freshwater Coffee Table
(18 H x 58 W x 23 D)
This is another reincarnation of an earlier design. There is a 12 x 48 inlay of Freshwater Pearl granite down the center. Very sturdy with five floating cross braces below. Perfect for tea, coffee or single malt scotch. $2,475.

Freshwater Coffee Table
Desk Set


Desk Set
(3 H x 10 W x 12 1/2L)
This three piece cherry desk set includes a dovetailed "in box" for your stationary, letter opener and pen/pencil holder. Looks great on any desk. $975.

Shaker Lap Desk Shaker Lap Desk
(5H x 20W x 12 3/4 D)
A small travel, or lap desk, designed for stationery, envelopes, pens, and if you're so inclined, an ink bottle in the small drawer. The best part is, that if you remove the center divider, you can use the desk to store your lap-top computer, up to 14" wide. Considering that this desk was designed in the very early 1800's, it is still amazingly versatile.
$2,100. in pine, as shown
$2,200. in cherry
Instant Desk
8 1/2H x 43W x 10 1/2D
This portable unit can turn your table into a desk. Two pigeon holes, one fixed shelf and four drawers for storage of a variety of items. Inquire about wall mounts, handles, or different layouts. $3,850.

Instant Desk

Side Stands

Side Stands
27H x 26W x 20D
Ideal next to the bed or couch. With a single drawer. Two versions available: the Canterbury, with square tapered legs,
$2, 350.,

or the Enfield, with turned, swell tapered legs,
$2,650.

Shaker Round Stand I
25H x 16W x 16D
The rarest of Shaker round stands. Only one is known to exist, at the American Museum in Bath, England. A ca. 1830 design, it is also the most modern. Called "the finest stand (made) in America."
$1,400.

Shaker Round Stand II
25H x 18W x 18D
The classic Shaker candle stand. This one is patterned after a tripod stand designed ca. 1850 in either Hancock, MA, or Mt. Lebanon, NY. It is light, graceful and functional, the epitome of good design.
$1,500.

Round Stand
Round Table

Round Table
(30H x 46W x 46D)
This table has been in my catalog for a long time. It's one of my original designs. I've made it a bit larger and changed the rails from straight to slightly arched. Consistently a favorite, it seats one to four .
$3,200.


Breakfast Table
30H x 46W x 32D
The swell-taper turned legs and cutout rails make this table different from the rest. Ideally suited for two (four in a pinch) in the kitchen or breakfast nook. The top is a full, sturdy inch thick.
$ 3,200

 
  
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Arch Table
30H x 72W x 32D Seats six

Far and away my most often requested dining table. The curves of the top, as well as the support rails, make this a light-looking, elegant and functional table.

Arch Table 72"  $ 3,250

The most important consideration when ordering a table, is the number of people to be seated. Leg and elbow room is critical. I design my tables from the base out, so that the number of diners determines the size of the base. Then, the appropriate overhang determines the overall size of the table.
 
Your table size depends on how many people will be present most of the time, how many guests and how often. Then you can consider leaves or other extensions. My favorite solution is to have two tables: one as the main dining table, and the smaller one used as a sideboard and pulled out as needed when guests arrive.

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