Ó 2000-2001 Stephen A. Shepherd
This section shows various traditional reproductions. Most are country and fancy country pieces of furniture and woodwork. These would have originally been constructed by farmer/craftsmen that built their work during the slow farming months during the winter. This stuff was the very fabric of life for most people during the pioneer period during settlement of the early nineteenth century in America.
Utah Pioneer Chest - The original was built of pine in Utah in the the late 1850's. Includes drawing and cutting list for materials.
Demi Lune Table - Of pine and spruce is it painted and grained to imitate mahogany and crotch birch veneer.
Greek Side Chair - This child's version of a classic original in polychrome pine.
Chairs - These are drawing of original chairs and rockers, all of pine and were originally painted and grained.