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Windsor Chairs
and other heirloom quality pieces
Handmade from wood
by Cecil Robertson
Handmade in Missouri, USA

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Windsor Continuous Arm Chair
Windsor Continuous Arm Settee
New York City Side Chair
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You can see and purchase some of my work at:

Turned Treasures Gallery & School of Woodturning
225 East Main Street
Belleville, Illinois 62220
http://turnedtreasuresllc.com/
617-698-3627

Currently on display and for sale:

2 Windsor Continuous Arm Chairs with a natural finish on Cherry seats and legs and Oak arms and spindles.

1 Windsor Continuous Arm Settee with a natural finish on Cherry seats and legs and Oak arms and spindles.

1 Windsor Continuous Arm Settee with a Black over Red Milk Paint finish.

1 Walnut Table with natural edges.

2 Heart Shaped Stools 12" high with a Black over Red Milk Paint finish.

Several Mother Gooch Rolling pins made from a variety of woods.

 

 

Grandma Gooch Rolling Pin

This Rolling Pin is a reproduction of one used by my Great Grandmother Gooch. I make the rolling pins using Cherry, Oak, Walnut or Shag Bark Hickory wood grown on my farm in St. Charles County.
Each one has distinctive grain patterns that make it unique. Wood will naturally darken with use.
It has been finished with a food safe finish.

The rolling pin is made to use, not just to display. Do not worry, I doubt you will wear it out. Over the years it will develop a nice patina. You will be creating an heirloom for your grandchildren.

Please stop by and look at my work anytime.
And you can purchase a piece and take it home with you.

 

Last updated:
September 30, 2015

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To order, contact: Cecil Robertson                      314-605-1410
           Located in St. Charles County, Missouri
                     cecil@EightQuarter.com
                                    
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