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Furniture Maker and refinisher needed: candidate must be able to build custom furniture to plan, and restore antiques with minimal supervision; able to move inventory such as large pieces of wood, be self-motivated, punctual, proficient in the operation of table saw, jointer, planer, band saw, drill press, bench grinder and various woodworking hand tools; skill in using finishing equipment is preferred. No carpenters or hobbyists should apply for this position; this is not a training position. Please or fax (864-242-0119) your resume or a list of qualifications to me. No phone calls please.
Above: "This is one of the most challenging pieces I have ever built during my woodworking career." This piece is a solid ebony, block-piece sideboard with walnut secondary wood, 96" x 25.5" x 32." The top is 1.75" solid ebony. The drawers in center section are hand-dovetailed and have bookmatched solid ebony drawer fronts.
Above: This recently completed walnut sideboard has a floating top, six drawers in the center section, two shelves in each end compartment behind the doors, a dovetailed carcass and a bookmatched walnut top. Photo: Ron Bozwell. .
Woodworking classes are announced occasionally, watch our homepage for schedules. If you have any question please call (864) 242-0311. To
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The Woodworking Shop
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Michael McDunn Studio
Directions from Downtown Greenville, take North Main until it ends at Rutherford Road. The Studio is located at the intersection of North Main Street and Rutherford Road.
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