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Texas Style China Hutch with Hidden Gun Case

This is a solid hard rock maple china hutch made in the 1950’s by the Tell City Chair Company. It is 73 inches tall and 53 inches wide.

The hand carved stars are made of walnut. One of the top drawers are made to hold silverware. All the dividers are removable in case you want to cover the bottom in felt. The doors have a place to hold 3 wine bottles in each one.This cabinet has been stripped down rebuilt and refinished with a honey colored stain and a hand rubbed poly finish. It is now sold Contact for more info. To see more photos of this piece click here

Butler’s tray table

On this project the top is removable to be used as a tray for eating in bed. Made of knotty pine. with the handles down the table is 35X25 inches with the handles folded up it is 26.5X16 inches and 19 inches tall. Can come with many designs on it. Holds six wine bottles. One like this is $225. Can be made taller, wider, or longer but that will make it cost more. If you would like one custom-built for you call 817-202-7442 or email to see more photos of this project click here 


Texas Star

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This is a new product. It is 16 inches tall 16 inches wide and 2 1/2 inches deep for $22.50 plus shipping. This one says Texas but can say just about anything you want. Over 5 Letters will be smaller and cost more. Contact  or call 817-202-7442 for questions or to order. Custom orders are 50% down.

Knotty Pine Frame

This is a knotty pine frame I just finished. It is 38 1/2 inches wide by 17 inches tall and 3 inches deep. Stained in a honey color with an enamel clear finish. Selling for $120 (pictured is $132) plus shipping. Contact or call 817-202-7442 to order.  No more in stock but can still be ordered. 

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Stars and buckles not included

Kitchen Cabinets

This is a lower and upper cabinet I recently finished. The upper was made from the wood of an old building in Cleburne, Texas built-in the 1930’s and remodeled in the 1970’s. It is pine from the 2X6’s and 2X8’s that were in the building. It was distressed to make it look older. Then stained with miniwax golden oak then with miniwax cherry stain. Finally finished with a rub on poly.  At first I was going to make doors on the uppers but my wife decided that it looked better without them. If you would like a set of cabinet like this contact or call 817-202-7442 Custom orders are 50% down.

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