New England Historical Connection

Angel House Designs

A design group whose craftsmen transform the best local materials to create a unique design statement in their furniture. They have an unusual source of Country and Colonial sofas and chairs that represent the authenticity of antiques of the past.

Atelier Perusse

A Canadian base company who builds each piece entirely by hand. Reminiscent of 18th and 19th century French country & Regency styles. They employ such time honored methods as dove-tail, mortise, and tenon joinery. Many pieces incorporate hand carved details and motifs as well as hand rubbed wood finishes and milk paint finishes.

Country Bed Shop

They build all types of country and high-style American furniture. Their study of the history of American beds has given them the edge to provide high quality replicas and also meet the needs of their customers using only the construction features and materials found in the furniture of its period.

Lawrence Crouse Workshop

Lawrence Crouse Workshop continues to build furniture using traditional methods of yesteryear in every American furniture piece they reproduce. Time spent handcrafting and finishing is an essential ingredient in creating each Early Windsor chair, chest of drawers, cupboard or table.

D.R. Dimes

The essence of what D.R. Dimes & Company, Ltd. offers today is the product of years of putting the workmanship, ahead of profits and ahead of growth.

Michael Dreps

Dedicated to building authentic reproductions of 18th century American furniture. Traditional joinery is used throughout every piece of furniture, including hand cut dovetails and pegged mortise and tenon joints. Each piece is made in walnut, cherry, tiger maple and combines to give the look, and feel and integrity of an 18th century original.

C.R. Laine

A family who has been building quality furniture since 1958. They manufacture upholstered furnishings using the same time-honored techniques and materials that have become synonymous with fine furniture.

E.J. Masaitis Furnituremaker

A company with a passion for period furniture. With their creations they see to reproduce and interpret the canons of early American design, encompassing each genre.

Adam Mathews

Furniture of the northeast Pennsylvania for the late 1600's to the Early 1700's. His specialty is in aged painted or faux paint on furniture that was traditionally made in rural or country areas. He builds his furniture out of Tiger Maple, Cherry, and Walnut and reproduces early pieces then adapting them to the client's particular needs.

Maynard & Maynard

Custom designing and building museum quality furniture in a broad range of styles for designers and collectors throughout North America. Maynard is based in New Hampshire. His skills include traditional joinery using full mortise and tenons, hand-cut dovetails, and book-matched fine veneers.

McGuire Family Furniture Makers

They strive to offer furniture that is all hand crafted from select solid woods using the finest joinery techniques. They are also noted for building handmade Shaker and 18th Century Early American Period Reproduction Tall Case Grandfather clocks. Each clock is meticulously handcrafted from premium grades of hardwoods, and all signed and dated.

Pennsylvania Folk

Located in Mercer, they have been producing classic antique reproduction furniture and other decorative items using their authentic milk paint. They create a truly original look using various techniques. The finish is distressed to give an aged look to every handmade, heirloom quality piece they build.

Period Lighting

They use design, construction, finish, and ability to create exceptional reproduction antique lighting fixtures. A small group of craftspeople spend time using hand tools and special techniques to ensure their chandeliers, lanterns, & sconces will appear exactly as an original, indistinguishable from antiques two hundred years old or more.

Classic Lighting Design

The craftsmen at Classic Lighting Design worked as an apprentice being trained by Richard D. Scofield one of the most talented craftsman in his field who create authentic handmade period lighting from the 18th through the early 19th century. The years they spent working with Richard, prior to his passing provide them with the skills that enables them to continue his legacy creating reproduction period lighting.

J.L. Treharn

J.L Treharn & Co., Inc. located in Youngstown, Ohio is a family run company whose principal objective is to "work to the best of their ability to construct furniture of superior quality, that will be passed on proudly from generation to generation.

Warren Chair Works

A small company devoted to the manufacture of high quality 18th-centurey Windsor chair reproductions. Each of our hand-crafted chairs is made in much the same manner as the original. Each is authentic in every detail of construction and in the materials used.

West Waterford Woodworking

A husband and wife team who have been restoring antiques and building reproductions for many years. There ability to acquire the finest tiger maple, clear cherry and beautiful walnut enables them to custom build tables, corner cupboards, entertainment centers, chest of drawers, making them a valuable resource for any custom built piece of furniture.

Craftsmen of the Past

Furniture built for the New England Historical Connection by furniture builders we no longer work with. However, several of our current builders can reproduce these pieces.

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