17th & 18th Century American Furniture & Architectural Replicas

Having grown up in Connecticut the body of my work represents predominantly New England furniture and architectural design from 1620 to the Federal period. I build furniture of every sort and style - simple to elegant, in all woods appropriate, and raised panel walls, shell top corner cupboards (nine in all), wainscoting and mouldings, carved fireplace mantels, stair case balusters, newel posts and railings, and doorways.

In addition to the work shown in the Galleries, I welcome inquiries for furniture and architectural elements not shown - items you may have seen in museums, private collections, books or auctions. I am always interested in collaborating on a project with people who have a shared passion of art and history. All questions are welcome.
-Craig Farrow

- June 11, 2018