Period furniture from Tennessee

Posted By on June 6, 2010

Alfred SharpThese museum quality custom furniture pieces are made by Alfred Sharp from Woodbury, Tennessee, USA.

Alfred Sharp is The recipient of the 2008 Cartouche Award from the Society of American Period Furnituremakers  (SAPFM) .

He have done both furniture and architectural work for The Hermitage, Andrew Jackson’s home, for the Tennessee State Capitol building, and for every governor of Tennessee since 1984.

Alfred Sharp have said:
“One of the things I have loved about this activity, and what kept it alive for me, is that there is no end to what you can learn, and no upper limit to the skills you can develop. In theory, you could continue to progress in your skills through several lifetimes.”

More of  his beautiful work  can be seen on his website :

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3 Responses to “Period furniture from Tennessee”

  1. Lilysgramma says:

    I had to stop and tell you how much I enjoy looking at all the incredible things that these artists make from wood. They are amazing! Thank you for taking the time to research and find these. It is wonderful to see these pieces of fine art and all the work and love put into them. Keep up the good work!

  2. Grace says:

    I am always just blown away by the incredible work done by the artists you showcase. truly amazing and beautiful.

  3. melds says:

    i like the woodworks here, they are sculpted with precision. i love the bed

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