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As a THANK YOU for reviewing this posting, we are offering a $50 discount on the Ashley Craftsman Clock, see below.

Patrick Ashley in his upstate New York New Mission Workshop crafts some attractive and useful Arts & Crafts design accessory furniture:

Shown left to right above: a Limbert Style Coffee Table, the ever popular Limbert Style Table #240, a Craftsman design Round Table (available in two sizes) and a very useful set of 3 Mission Nesting Tables.

And don’t miss this attractive but unusual design Lost Stickley Table with the splayed legs (Lost because it was designed by Stickley but never produced because of the splayed legs being a potential production problem):

All the above furniture is available in either quarter-sawn White Oak or Natural Cherry.
You can shop and order these accessory furniture pieces by Clicking Here.

This is Patrick’s popular Ashley Craftsman Clock (we think it is an exquisite design)!

There are 5 types of wood and a Motawi Tile used in it’s construction.
Now thru Friday, June 22 we are offering a $50 discount when you purchase this clock.
You can order this unique clock by Clicking Here!.

As you know, we choose to offer the best Made in America contemporary Arts & Crafts craftspeople and Patrick certainly meets that criteria!

Meet Doug Schock, a promising new Arts & Crafts potter from Indiana. An avid architectural enthusiast and pottery collector, he has set out to make the pottery he wishes he could find. Here are his first 6 shapes now entering production:

Show above L to R:
Architectural Pillar Vase, Bulb Base Vase, 4 Buttress Deco Vase, Mission Windows Vase, Tapered 4 Buttress Mission Vase and Hour Glass Vase.

You can shop and order by Clicking Here!

All of Doug’s pots are fired in oxidation at Cone 6 which makes them water tight. We must caution however the glazes shud not be considered food safe.

Because Doug is currently setting up production of the 6 shapes shown above, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.

New Arts & Crafts artisans are rare these days and we’re excited to have found a new Potter practicing Made in America in the Arts & Crafts aesthetic.