This walnut Bonnet was made by Stanley for a fellow craftsman in need of a carver. The piece sits atop a solid walnut highboy. Accents include scrollwork, dental molding, turnings, fluting, and a cherub bust. Perhaps one of the most overall complex furniture carvings to date, the piece provides a clear example of the mastery of a wide variety of skills.
This dogwood inside of guilloche pattern adorns a communion table we built for Trinity church of Princeton, NJ.
A very elegant pattern, this carving is a great feature for aprons, moldings, and on a larger scale box fronts.
This custom design was applied to a bible box offered as an anniversary gift by one of our clients. We can design custom carving such as this example for any of our pieces.
The client who commissioned this custom library was a U.S. Naval Officer, and requested Naval symbols and sayings along with hand fluting work on the moldings.
We take great pleasure in working along a theme; it provides direction while still allowing us creative control.
We offer a wide variety of carving for casework moldings; this image illustrates one option out of our portfolio of leaf patterns.
Ball and claw, Lion's Paw, Spoon Foot, Cabriolet, and other forms of sculptured feet and legs add a true artwork to furniture, and are a must for period furniture.
Artisans offers a full line of hand carved options for furniture legs and feet, each a unique work of art.
These wreaths are a combination of CNC and hand carving resulted in a very detailed solid oak overlay of leaf work and ribbons. This applique can be placed in a variety of settings, signs, mantles, furniture accents, or directly to walls.
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