I have long been fascinated by the end-grain of timber. It’s looking straight into the time the tree has taken to grow. I was following a roofing lorry up the motorway and on its back was a stack of roofing battens and I was getting an eyeful of their stacked end-grain. It reappeared in a different guise in the sketch book and then our showroom.

Pots shown in this image by potter Jonathan Garrett.

Made for you

These pieces have been chosen because we love them and have proven to be irrepressibly popular and you’ve demanded we make them again and hopefully again and again. They are not faits accomplis, or written in tablets of stone, their dimensions, materials and finishes, can be tweaked. This may begin to nudge them towards, or indeed run headlong into, our Slow Furniture-Making Society and the price differences that will entail. All will be agreed before the onset of construction.

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