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Serpentine fronted China Hutch Serpentine fronted China Hutch
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Product description: This design was inspired by the Federal Furniture Era. Federal furniture was essentially a celebration of the "new federation of states" and the new found wealth that came with it. The America's were a treasure trove of new woods never before seen to the European craftsman. Taking what they had learned in the English design styles and adapting it to the new American tastes,.Using the wealth of American hardwoods they created some of the most enduring furniture in history This piece speaks to that, Standing at just over 7 feet tall it will certainly be the focal point of any room. The solid Cherry serpentine drawer fronts are accented with Ebony key escutions and Holly stringlines, as are the case sides top and bottom. The doors feature Tiger Maple inlaid frames with brass hardware. Topping it off is a Quartersawn Cherry freize and sandshaded fan pediment in Tiger Maple accented with Ebony.
 
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$8500.00 USD

Serpentine fronted China Hutch

Furniture by Kevin Mack Fine Furniture

  • Shipping: $750.00
  • Product ID#: 2636
  • Dimensions: 38" width x85" height x21" depth
  • Weight: 180 lbs

Artwork Description: This design was inspired by the Federal Furniture Era. Federal furniture was essentially a celebration of the "new federation of states" and the new found wealth that came with it. The America's were a treasure trove of new woods never before seen to the European craftsman. Taking what they had learned in the English design styles and adapting it to the new American tastes,.Using the wealth of American hardwoods they created some of the most enduring furniture in history

This piece speaks to that, Standing at just over 7 feet tall it will certainly be the focal point of any room. The solid Cherry serpentine drawer fronts are accented with Ebony key escutions and Holly stringlines, as are the case sides top and bottom. The doors feature Tiger Maple inlaid frames with brass hardware. Topping it off is a Quartersawn Cherry freize and sandshaded fan pediment in Tiger Maple accented with Ebony.

I am a graduate of the North Bennet St. School, A 3 time winner of "best in show" at the Providence Fine Furnishings Show (2007,09,10) As well as a "best in show" recipient at the 2011 Boston Wood Expo. I have been featured On the Cover of Woodshop News, as well as Fine woodworking and Popular Woodworking. My work was also the subject of a segment on WCVB Ch. 5 Boston's Chronicle. read more