Got Wood?

THOS. MOSER CABINETMAKERS was founded over thirty years ago to restore the lost art of fine woodworking. Formerly a college professor, Tom Moser left teaching in 1972 to start making one-of-a-kind furniture in New Gloucester, Maine. Tom’s early designs bore a strong resemblance to Shaker, Queen Anne, Pennsylvania Dutch and other antique forms. From spiral stairs to a waterwheel, from wooden canteens to a harpsichord, the company’s position was, “if it’s made of wood, we can do it.” During the last thirty-plus years, the company has grown from a one-man operation to nearly 100 cabinetmakers.

These pieces are built to last; ones that follow you through life and get passed down. Just fabulous. Here are some of our favorite pieces:

Chaise, pictured above
41″H x 26″W x 54″L (Reclined 67″L)
$4,350 in Walnut

Wing Chair
39″H x 28″W x 35″D
$4,250 in Walnut

Wing Footrest
17″H x 21″W x 15″D
$1,100 in Walnut

New Gloucester Rocker
39″H x 23″W x 37″D
$2,100 in Walnut

To see more, visit their website.

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