The "George" bench is named for its large "nose." It's the male end of a hand-hewn mortise & tenon joint used to connect a floor joist to a beam, in a pre-Civil war era cotton mill.
Small, Trestle-style bench with a character rich wormy chestnut top and spalted oak ends; walnut tenon pegs and square cherry pins, plus ebony plugs on the seat.
Long and short benches in light quarter-sawn oak with wooden pegs. Short bench has lower shelf and cutout handle in top, for easy moving as a step stool.
The "Blue" bench, so named because the yellow pine used for the top and lower shelf of this bench (otherwise heart pine) shows an unusual patterning due to a natural stain in the wood.
Long cypress bench with wooden pegs and tenons, curved cutout at base. Cypress, like redwood, is weather-hardy.
Classic 5-board bench crafted from antique poplar barn wood salvaged from a Jefferson County, AL barn. The original square-head iron nails were used in its assembly.
Unusual oak barnwood arm bench with craftsman-style corbels and rose head iron nails to attach the arms. 48"x15"x18" high. Perfect for the end of your bed, or as a stand for your flat screen TV.
Live oak bench features live edge, oak top and waterfall end with ebony dovetails and a walnut lower shelf. Could be used as a bench or small coffee table. 42" long x 17" deep x 16" tall.
Solid bowtie bench crafted from salvaged floor joist, featuring circular saw marks, bowtie inlays and square ebony pegs. Finished with 3 coats of satin laquer. Measured 36" x 13 x 18" tall.