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the Dutch Chocolate clock

When I was a kid growing up in Los Angeles my dad brought home two of these tile corbels he found in the attic of a vacant house he was working on.  They were put away somewhere and I rediscovered … Continue reading

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Early Century Modern

And I’ve seen it before And I’ll see it again Yes I’ve seen it before Just little bits of history repeating  – Shirley Bassey The Arts & Crafts movement of the late 19th and early 20th century emerged from the … Continue reading

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burning Frank Lloyd Wright’s Desk

My friend Tony asked me if I would be interested in some scrap oak that was purportedly to be Frank Lloyd Wright’s desk. He said that it had been stored in a barn with a leaking roof for decades and … Continue reading

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Mechanicals

I am a woodworker and I make clocks.  However I am not really a “clock maker.” I have been inspired the designs of clocks from a century ago and have somehow built a business around making clocks “in the present … Continue reading

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Pasadena

I’ve just returned from my trip to Pasadena participating in the 19th annual Craftsman Weekend.  I want to thank all the people at Historic Pasadena who produce the event and and all the people who support it. Pasadena is a … Continue reading

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new designs

It has been about a year now since I have started working in the new studio.  So much has changed for me in the past three years since I essentially grew out of my old shop and home that it … Continue reading

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it’s showtime!

I am going to be participating in two shows this fall, the Historic Seattle Bungalow Fair on September 25th and 26th, and the Pasadena Heritage 19th Annual Craftsman Weekend October 16th and 17th. The last time I did a show … Continue reading

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