Current Projects

Many... 

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Willow bench we made for a client who grew up with this tree, it was dying they wanted to save it.  

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Walnut table  

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walnut stain  

yellow pine table 60wide 2.5" thick and very heavy

yellow pine table 60wide 2.5" thick and very heavy

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Another five of the 20 tables we are doing for Button  

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Walnut cube  

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Sugar maple bar

Multi-Talented Crew

Our woodworkers will tackle just about any job., even if not in their typical discipline.  Here are some helping out in the metal shop. Diverse and multi-faceted is the name of the game today.  Thanks to Blaise, Aaron, Nico and Keith!

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From Maine to Yonkers

Picked up this Whitney S-290 28" single surfacer from Mr. Emery n West Paris, Maine.  He is the second owner and purchased the machine from the Penley Clothespin Corporation, which closed in 2003.  Mr. Emery remembers coming across those Penley clothespins in Vietnam when he was in the service.  

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New and Exciting

It is always so satisfying when we get to see products that others have created using our wood.  

A few months ago, the Fender Musical Instrument Corp. contacted is about some reclaimed wood for a guitar project they had in mind.  They purchased yellow pine from the Bliss Building (see website for historical info) and got o work.

Last Saturday, Street Sounds, in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, debuted two Greatch Guitars made with Bliss Building yellow pine. 

Blacklumberjack, Steve Stern, master guitar maker and Rocky Schiano, owner of Street Sounds, the coolest guitar shop around! 

Blacklumberjack, Steve Stern, master guitar maker and Rocky Schiano, owner of Street Sounds, the coolest guitar shop around! 

A great time was had by all and we look forward to working with Fender again.