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February 03, 2017 1 min read

We've designed our core range of hardwood furniture and accessories for the home & garden to be customised, providing you with quality workmanship to suit your every need & desire.

Whether you are after a gift, an investment piece or simply have a love of finely crafted woodwork, our shop is full of unique articles finely handmade with love and attention to detail. With our engraving service, you can turn everyday objects into tokens of appreciation or memories by choosing a quote, a date, a name with special meaning.

 

Our workshop prides itself on only using sustainably sourced English hardwoods – from our own Devonshire woodland & local stock – which we fashion into beautiful designs using traditional woodworking know-how.  We take our inspiration from the natural qualities of the wood and the character of each piece we work with so that you may come to own a true piece of English heritage!

 

The Fine Wooden Article Co. was born from a handful of commissions for beautiful, bespoke finely crafted wooden articles and has grown from strength to strength. Providing you with craftsmanship that you will cherish remains at the heart of what we do.

 

 Should you have something specific in mind, give us a ring and we will do our best to accommodate you. We hope you will enjoy browsing through OUR SHOP and find something for you or someone else to delight in! 

Peter Meredith
Peter Meredith

Owner, designer, craftsman, cabinet maker.


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