Handcrafted Mission Furniture
Mission/Arts and Crafts Style Sideboard, Solid Quarter Sawn White Oak…Free Shipping/Delivery!
I received so many requests for a Sideboard that was not as deep as today's dining rooms are not as big as they were in the day. This one only measuring 19" deep makes it a good fit almost anywhere. Nicely appointed plate rail on the top not only allows for plates but anything cherished that you may want to display. Get yours today! Some of the best hand crafted, bench built, replica Mission/Arts and Crafts Furniture. Jerry
66" wide by 19" deep by 39 3/4" overall height, floor to top 34"
Hand Hammered Replica Hardware
Fully extruded hinges
top fastened with steel table irons to allow for movement
1" thick top
Heirloom Quality…built to last a Lifetime"
Solid Hand selected Quarter Sawn White Oak
Mortise and Tenon joinery that is pinned with a hardwood dowel
custom sizes available…..please inquire
110 % satisfaction Guaranteed…60 day returns
warranty…lifetime or until I am no longer alive.
5 step finish process
A little about me:
I have made arts and crafts, mission style furniture for going on 25 years. I specialized in reproducing early stickley, ellis, limbert and other designers hard to come by antiques. It is the only style that I have built and the only style that I will continue to build….to this day love each and every piece I build. I am a one man shop…..i hand pick the lumber, lay out the table tops, panels, etc. Make all the joinery, assembly, sand and finish every piece I sell. I could go on and on about this furniture. I will say this there is only one way to do this and that is the" right way"…..handcrafting some of the finest heirloom quality reproduction arts and crafts mission style furniture around.
The 5 step finish process:
Prior to stain and finish each piece is hand sanded with the grain. THe edges are broken by hand not rounded. The broken edge is synonymous with the period. It is this step which allows me to add character by breaking the edge a little more here and there.
Using a combination of dye stains formulated to replicate the look of fuming the first color coat is added. This step deeply penetrates the wood adding a very deep color. Completely different than using a pigment based stain which just sets on top of the wood.
Once initial color coat is dry a second coat is added with a slightly adjusted color and also applied in a different fashion than the first coat. This helps to blend and also adds great depth and dimension to the finished piece
Once both color coats are dry the pieces is finished with a coat of shellac….which this is done twice. All table tops then get an additional urethane and oil mixture rubbed on them. This provides the top and added amount of durability that the shellac alone does not provide.
Finally each piece is then rubbed out by hand with a combination of waxes and oils to finish off the final patina.
It was once said to me that I can find a 100 guys to build the piece but only a handful can finish it. I have come to value the final phase as this is where the true value of a handcrafted piece of furniture comes from. The end result is a brand new antique…..i do not distress the pieces but achieve that look through my finish process. This process provides and long lasting color which has great depth and dimension……which is what I consider a key element in being able to call my furniture heirloom.
All furniture is FREE SHIPPING. Depending on size the furniture it will either come via Fed Ex home delivery or Less than Truckload carrier ( LTL ). LTL pieces are delivered to the first dry area by appointment. All furniture is shipped insured for the selling price. I also offer a blanket wrap service which is two man pick up and two man delivery with placement in the home…..just as if you order at your local store and had them deliver. There is an extra cost for this service usually about $ 150.00 more but please inquire with shipping info and I can get you an exact number.
The items I have on are only about a quarter of the pieces I have done so please inquire if you are wanting something and I don't have one listed. In addition the vast majority of what I do are commissioned pieces.
KILLER ARTS AND CRAFTS FURNITURE
Lincoln, NE. USA