One view of the room showing some examples of the two centuries I work in. The cherry tilt top tea table in the foreground is of one at the Yale Art Gallery, made in Philadelphia, circa, 1760, built in 1982.
A century earlier is a trestle table in oak and white pine I copied from the MMA, New York, in 1984. This table and several other appropriate period pieces of mine were rented by 20th Century Fox for the movie "The Crucible" based on the book by Arthur Miller, in 1995.
The small stool in the center of the table top is my first piece, spring 1972. We all start somewhere, and since I was teaching myself, I started small.