Amish Custom Doors custom mills interior and exterior doors in the old-world tradition of one door at a time by skilled Amish craftsman! We specialize in custom designs, building doors to our customer’s specifications and dimensions. We are well known for our Craftsman Style and Arts and Crafts custom interior doors, characterized by square sticking and flat panels.
We will build your doors in your choice of woods, including but not limited to red oak, white oak, walnut, cherry, hickory, maple, and knotty alder. Send us your design and door schedule for a quick free quote.
Visit us on our web site and see over 5,000 pictures of our doors & kitchens.
Jeb Anderson is an accomplished metalsmith who creates a wide variety of items in the Arts and Crafts style, including lighting inspired by Dirk Van Erp and the Roycroft Copper Shop. He is represented by the Eastwood Gallery, located in St. Paul, MN.
Andre Chaves (on left, pictured with friend Timothy Hansen)
In addition to collecting and dealing in vintage books and ephemera from the Arts and Crafts movement, I also operate Clinker Press -- a private letterpress studio. I am interested in printing material relating to the art of printing, as well as the Arts and Crafts movement. Within this focus I print subjects relating to art and literature. Clinker Press is a full letterpress shop with cold and hot metal type (Ludlow and Intertype), hand presses, cylinder presses (one Kluge and one Miehle Vertical press). I am equipped with photopolymer capabilities for illustration, but magnesium plates are made elsewhere. All books are printed letterpress and are of very limited editions.
Archive Edition Inc. offers fine woven American made fabrics for upholstery and home furnishing featuring authentic period style and colors to specifically capture the warm luminosity of early 20th century interiors. Over the past 30 years Paul Freeman has dedicated his life to collecting Arts & Crafts era textiles. With his unique eye for exceptional artistry and deep knowledge of and love for period textiles, Paul has collected a truly unique library of authentic Arts & Crafts textile designs.
Archive Edition reproduces a series of carefully selected patterns from this library that we trust you will cherish for years to come. With a background in costume and fashion design, Kaytee has many years of experience working to create customized products and experiences for clients. She also has a great love of art history and appreciation for handcrafted goods. Kaytee has worked as a designer and fabricator for the past decade in cities such as New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and now she is happy to be in Los Angeles working with Archive Edition.
Karl Eulberg has been a collector and seller of Arts & Crafts furniture for two decades. His love for period furniture and textiles is equaled only by his interest in E-commerce and making Archive Edition a fun and easy place to explore and shop.
The Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of the Arts and Crafts Movement through a schedule of lectures, symposia, tours and other educational programs.
Arts and Craftsman LLC includes Arts and Craftsman Woodworks and Arts and Craftsman Tileworks. We manufacture tiles in the arts and crafts style. We also make frames to hold our tiles and also tiles we resell from other tile makers. On our website, you can also find clocks, doorbell covers, textiles, motto plaques, notecards, framed prints, tile easels, framed Roycroft mottos and tiles from many other arts and crafts tile makers. We have been in business for 15 years and are located in Northeast Ohio.
We are Barbara Gerr and Arnie Small. We specialize in buying and selling American art pottery, including Roseville, Weller, Rookwood, Grueby, Newcomb, tiles, gardenware urns, and much more. We are members of the American Art Pottery Association (AAPA), where Arnie is Past-President, and the Ohio Pottery Lover's Group, where Arnie is a Trustee.
We have been members of the Ebay community since 1997 and we always have an inventory of over 400 pieces of American art pottery. Our show schedule includes the the Twin Cities Arts and Crafts Show, the National Grove Park Inn Arts and Crafts Conference Show, the American Art Pottery Show & Sale (AAPA), the Pottery Lovers Show & Sale in Zanesville, Ohio and Brimfield, MA.
You can also visit us at Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
Fine furniture should be crafted to endure use over multiple lifetime -- and to be passed on to future generations. Acting on that belief, each piece Brian Brace makes goes through an extensive series of time honored processes to achieve the highest quality standards. From thoughtfully selecting the finest lumber, to applying hand rubbed oil finishes, every step is carefully executed to ensure the finished piece is spectacular!
Bungalow Bob’s Pet Designs offers furniture and accessories that coordinate with your Mission, Arts and Crafts, or Prairie Style decor, and add warmth to your home. We recognize the importance of pets to our families and feel they deserve the same fine quality furniture we enjoy.
Our understated and elegant furniture designs are inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement and handcrafted in the USA from premium quartersawn white oak for beauty, strength, and durability. With extensive use of pinned, mortise and tenon joinery, these pieces are designed to last for years. Our craftspeople meticulously employ authentic methods of joinery and have a profound attention to detail.
Carol Eppel and Bob Gangl specialize in American furniture. They sell high quality furniture from the Arts and Crafts period, offering signed pieces in original finish and well made pieces by other known manufacturers. They also offer lighting, art pottery, prints and textiles.
Carol has a special fondness for American period country furniture and correct smalls, and Bob likes good high-end Victorian furniture.
Carol and Bob sell out of American Gothic Antiques in Stillwater, MN. They also sell privately by appointment, and at select national shows, including the National Arts and Crafts Conference each February at the Grove Park Inn.
Please contact them via email or telephone number listed below.
The CFA Voysey Society has been founded to celebrate the work of the architect and designer Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857-1941), one of the leading figures in both the Arts and Crafts movement and its immediate successors.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society is an independent, non-profit making charity, established in 1973 to promote and encourage awareness of the Scottish architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Christopher Cardozo is widely acknowledged as the world’s leading authority on Edward S. Curtis. He is the author of nine monographs on Edward Curtis and has created and curated one-person Edward Curtis exhibitions that have been seen in nearly one hundred venues in over forty countries.
Having collected Edward Curtis’ artwork for four decades, Cardozo has created the world's largest and most broad-ranging Curtis collection. No one has done more to increase the awareness, understanding, and appreciation for Curtis’ work than Christopher Cardozo, except Edward Curtis himself.
Please contact him regarding both original Edward Curtis photogravures and new renditions of his work.
Clay Squared to Infinity is a tile showroom that makes and represent local and national contemporary tile artists and reproductions from seven historic tile companies from the Victorian, Arts & Crafts and Mid-century periods 1890s to 1950s. We make, showcase and sell handmade tiles and mosaics for installation in kitchens, fireplaces, bathrooms and as art tile.
Cobre is a Fair Trade company and has been “Fairly Traded” since 1994. We currently work with 7 different workshops that employ 1 to 7 artisans. Most of the people in the workshops are related, fathers, sons, uncles, cousins. Each workshop has its own style. One shop makes only small pieces, maximum 3″ high, while another prefers to work in organic forms; pears, apples, gourds, squashes. Ramon’s work is extremely fine with thin walls, while Antonio’s work is thick-walled and monumental. Each piece is proudly signed by its creator.
CACS is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation and study of the Arts & Crafts Movement in CO. We promote this rich cultural heritage through annual events such as our Winter Symposium & Spring Show, Sale and Workshops.
Craftsmen Hardware Company is your source for the finest hand-crafted copper, Arts & Crafts style hardware available. Each piece of our hardware is carefully hand cut, hand hammered, and hand finished with a rich brown patina. Please contact us with your hardware needs.
Use Daddy Van's Premium, Classic Beeswax Polish to nourish, protect and renew all of your wood: antique furniture, new furniture, kitchen cabinets, built-ins, wood accents, butcher block, wooden toys and baby cribs. You can even use it to bring life back to worn, dull metal.
To Use: A little goes a long way! With a soft cloth, rub a small amount of wax onto surface in a circular motion. Buff with a clean, dry cotton cloth and you will be rewarded with the healthy glow of the wood, shining as if from within.
Since 1980 Dalton’s has established itself as an unparalleled resource for original Arts and Crafts furnishings and decorative accessories. Under the direction of Dalton’s founder David Rudd, carefully selected examples of original condition furniture, pottery, art and metalwork are offered for both beginning and experienced collectors.
Dalton’s clients benefit from a unique combination of decades of experience, knowledge of superior forms, discerning judgment and the finest selection available. David Rudd and Debbie Goldwein are the principals of Dalton’s and equally share the responsibilities of operating this unique gallery.
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