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Each year, we accept a limited number of commissions for custom pieces, generally one of a kind, designed to meet unique client requirements.  Inquiries are welcome.  The following pieces are representative of Ron's work.


Music Stand... in walnut

Music Stand - rear viewMusic Stand - page view


Traditional joinery combines with contemporary design in this hand crafted solid walnut music stand. The page holder is fourteen inches high and nineteen inches wide to accommodate large scores. The page holder angle and height are fully adjustable. The maximum height can be customized at the time of order, and adjusts over a range of thirteen inches to meet the needs of either standing or sitting soloists. The four legged base is non-obtrusive but highly stable.

Also available in Cherry

Price  $525.00

Commissioned piece for LTC J. Brodie, Lexington, Virginia

Infant's Cradle... in walnut and maple

Cradle - exterior viewCradle - interior view

An heirloom design, with solid walnut frame, head and foot boards. Walnut sides are accented with maple raised panels giving this classic rocking cradle a contemporary flavor. A heart shaped crest is cut into the headboard and the wide rockers provide tip-proof stability. Raised panels and slatted maple bottom boards are free-floating to let the wood expand and contract with the changing seasons. The size is 31" long by 14" wide by 19" high, and includes a two inch thick foam mattress.

Also available in Cherry

Priced at $375.00

Commissioned piece for Mr. & Mrs. V. Mician, Leominster, Massachusetts

Island Display... in walnut and maple

This custom sized piece is a divider between a working kitchen and living space.  The opposite side contains storage for trays and other utensils and a working lift for appliances.  The top is tiled but can accommodate any other desired surface.

Also available in Cherry

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