16 February 2012

The Apprentice

One of my most prized pieces of furniture is this elegant stool by Wharton Esherick, signed by one of his studio apprentices. The stool is made of a delicate maple frame in a classic Windsor style keyed together and directly through the free-form walnut seat. It's an unexpected marriage of woods and styles that only a master craftsman could execute effectively.



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