Apache Keel Bench

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12″Wide x 68″Long x 17″High
This white oak bench is made from the salvaged keel timber from the sailing yacht “Apache”. She was one of 16 Cox & Stephens designed Seawanhaka Schooners, built in Bath Maine, at the Bath Iron Works in 1925. The 58’ boat was designed for members of the Seawanhaka Corinthian and New York Yacht Clubs, to be raced in Long Island Sound. Documentation on “Apache” and her sisterships can be found in the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, Maine. She was also featured in Wooden Boat Magazine #139, Dec. 1997

Taper Leg Cafe Table

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36″Wide x 36″Long x 32″High
I designed this table to complete a small sitting/dining area in an Elliotborough cottage. Heart pine was reclaimed from a late nineteenth century Elliotborough house. Mortise and tenon joinery with a breadboard top.





Here is the built-in banquette in the dining room. It is made of oak hardwood and plywood. The modular bench units have hinged lids(for plenty of storage), electrical outlets, and HVAC registers. It has a mission stain and lacquer finish.


A & S table
36″Wide x 72″Long x 32″High
This is my well balanced version of a classic x-base table. Hand cut half lap construction and mortise and tenon joinery. This is 1 of 2 tables commissioned for the dining area in this Folly Beach house. Red oak hardwood base finished with polyurethane, red oak top has mineral oil factory finish. We are awaiting arrival of the other top from Boos Block.