I built this Writing Desk as per the situation of Fitzwilliam Darcy. The design is not a reproduction of any particular piece. My goal was to produce a piece that has the look and feel of something you might find in one of those Jane Austen film settings.
This is a chess set I gave to my son Spencer as a college graduation gift.
This is a three generation piece. My dad made the walnut footstool. His dad-Herbert Young (my Grampa Young) made the walnut and maple chess board, and I turned the chess pieces from broom poles when I was about 20.
Here are Chess Ensembles that I am including in this "Tables" page.
These are two versions of a Case on Stand- each designed to house an antique or historic Bible. The Case on the left was built in 2015 for Levy Baptist Church in Little Rock, Arkansas and the case on the right was built in 2012 for the First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor. You'll see these pieces on several pages of my website as they fall under several categories including a table and liturgical furniture.
This Side Table is Pine with inlayed Walnut strips and feet.
We had an old grate laying around the basement for years. I also had a bunch of balusters given to me by a friend -My wife Eileen, said "You should make a table out of these." This is the result.
Here is a Pedestal Table in Cherry.
This is a chess set I gave to my Twin Brother on our 55th birthday birthday
This Game Table is being built for a client in Laguna Woods, California. Made from Sapele and Bird's Eye Maple.