Early American Furniture

Early American Furniture

Old House Journal’s Directory of designers and manufacturers of Early American Colonial Furniture. This style of wood furniture from the last half of the 17th Century often features carved flower motifs, chip carving, and mortise and tenon joints.

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Colonial Homes Connection, The

Historically appropriate furnishings for colonial and associated revival styles. Air vents, fireplace tools, applied ornament, doorbells and buttons, hardware, doorknocker, firebacks, house numbers, rugs, bronze plaques, picture frames, stencils and much more.

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Benner’s Woodworking

Benner craftsmen carefully build and finish fine, hand-made furniture for your home or office. Our vision is simple: The use of top quality hardwood lumber, modern tools and equipment combined with traditional joinery techniques guarantee the integrity of each piece of Benner furniture for life.












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