Wood Carvings by Alexander Grabovetskiy

| December 15, 2012

Alexander Grabovetskiy was born in July 1973 in Dimitrovgrad Russia. Currently his woodworking / woodcarving shop is located in Waxhaw , North Carolina , US . Alexander got his first wood carving lessons when he was only six years old from his grandfather. This brief mentoring in an old workshop was the beginning of a […]

Restorations from Portugal

| January 5, 2010

These 18th and 19th century furniture pieces are restored by Pedro Rodrigues da Costa from Sintra, Portugal. Unfortunately, I could not find more information about this master on the internet. The only work he has represented, what I found on the internet, are on  lumberjocks.com and photobucket.com Portuguese miniature desk before and after 19 century […]

Marquetry from San Diego, California

| October 12, 2009

Those two tables are made in American School of French Marquetry by W Patrick Edwards and they are re-creations of  the “family table” that belonged to Louise-Marie, the eldest daughter of King Louis-Phillippe of France. The original was probably made by Alexandre Bellange and exhibited at the Products of  Industry Exhibition held in Paris in […]

Finest marquetry from Netherlands

| September 6, 2009

This amazing piece of furniture is made by Dr. J.L. van Eijk (1916-2002) from Netherlands (Holland)

Carved furniture by Dilo Marcio Fernandino

| September 3, 2009

This beautiful furniture is hand carved by Dilo Marcio Fernandino from Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil . In his creation only hand tools were used, except for the large board sawing. His workshop is really small that’s why he focuses on woodcarving and building not so big cabinets in a unique style, the Brazilian colonial Baroque. […]