Seth Ehrlich

No, it is not Belwood’s work, but the creation of my good fellow woodworker who makes me think to my dear and admired friend Wendy Muriyama, long term member and laureate of the Furniture Society. Seth just completed an installation at the Port Washington Library on Long Island, NY. We can definitely discern his background of the Schreiber High School Shop master.

Seth is member of the Long Island Craft Guild and is also involved in ceramic and kayak building.

I could not resist to post his creations here…

 

Antique Side Table Candidate for an Extensive “Modernization”

The usual way to rejuvenating this piece would have been to remove the bronze gallery , strip the lacquer, and french polish again.

Since the whole house decor was more of a modern clean almost nihilistic look ( Ralf Lauren…? ),  the owner wanted a uniform white effect.  Continue reading “Antique Side Table Candidate for an Extensive “Modernization””