The frame and top are made from English Walnut. The drawer front and apron are veneered with beautiful antique French Walnut bought years ago from a Brocante in France, and believed to be cut by a French cabinet maker at the end of the 19th century. This is framed with a bead cut from Bogg Yew, and finished with solid bronze detailing to the feet and cross-brace.
Console table detail
Small Jewellery box
Jewellery box made from Iroko, brought back from Africa and supplied by the client. The contrasting wood is English Holly, and the inside of the box is lined with Cedar of Lebanon. The box is opened by pinching the two rings set into the front, which releases brass catches holding the lid closed.
Jewelry box interior
Interior lined with Cedar of Lebanon, loose tray in Holly. The brass locking mechanism is released by pinching together the two rings on the box front.
A tall elegant cabinet in English Oak and Douglas Fir, with a coopered door that rotates around a fixed inner cupboard.
Currently for sale.
"Juno" Spin Cabinet
The second version of the spin cabinet. This time a little lower and a larger diameter. The materials are Oak again for the frame and shelves, and figured Bosse for the cupboard and top. The cupboard is made with two half cylinders of different diameters. The central smaller one is fixed in position to the frame, while the larger outer cylinder rotates around it. The outer door rotates through 360 degrees and is held in its closed position by concealed magnets.
Currently for sale.
"Juno" spin cabinet
The rear view of the Juno cabinet
Table and floor lamps made with fumed Oak, framing hand painted silk panels by Fromental.
"Donovan" Library chairs
Writing desk in Figured Bosse with solid bronze details
Sweet Chestnut lamp with matching side table. Shade by Emma Hardicker. Made to order.
Table lamps in dark fumed, or natural Sweet Chestnut. Shades by Emma Hardicker. Made to order.
In natural waxed English Oak, shown with shade by Emma Hardicker. Made to order.