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    Hi guys,

    I am a re-enactor and woodworker. I have several furniture pieces and woodenware items that I build to order. Here are some of my most popular requested items:

    Furniture:
    • Fowler Dinner Table - sits 4 adults, packs up into itself
    • Cedar Folding Table - general purpose table, can be made of pine
    • Tent Table - built for tent use to hold items, custom height for your tent
    • Collapsing Night Stand - low height table for general use
    • Folding Camp Chair - authentic reproduction from an original period chair
    • Scissor Camp Chair - popular, relaxed chair you often see, packs into itself


    Boxes:
    • Cedar Kitchen Box - storage for dishes, coffee pot, utensils, candles, etc.
    • Small Field Desk - simple desk for general uses 9x13 paper will lay flat on shelf
    • Field Box - general purpose box for field or camp use
    • Foot Locker - larger than 'Field Box', general use, clothing, food, etc.


    More information and photos can be found here at my small website:
    http://www.wix.com/emailsamclark/Sams-Workbench or PM me here.

    Pricing dependent upon materials and specific requests, I have been told my work is well priced and good quality from fellow re-enactors whom have purchased and use my pieces. Shipping is available, as is local pickup, or event delivery if we happen to go to the same event.

    Thanks,
    Sam

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    Here are photos of the above items, as some are having trouble opening the website. I hope to remedy that quickly, but until then, here are some examples.

    Thanks,
    Sam

    Fowler Dinner Table:


    Cedar Folding Table:


    Folding Camp Chair:


    Scissor Camp Chair:

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    Cedar Kitchen Box:


    Field Desk:


    Field Box:

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    Thats scissor chair looks nice, been looking for one What sort of price range do you have?
    E.G. Markham
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elevonics View Post
    Thats scissor chair looks nice, been looking for one What sort of price range do you have?
    PM sent regarding product. Thank you.

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    My lady is very interested in a kitchen box. Quick question on it then...the photo shows a coffee pot there. Is it large enough to hold one of those?
    Michael T. Murphy
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    "My Captain shouted for us to "Fix bayonets!"....I told him that mine "Wasn't broken"!; Then the 1st Sgt said that "I was special..."; and THAT'S why I'm on picket duty...again..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMurphy View Post
    My lady is very interested in a kitchen box. Quick question on it then...the photo shows a coffee pot there. Is it large enough to hold one of those?
    It depends on the height of your coffee pot. The one pictured is a medium-sized one. However, the box was built so that the coffee pot could be stored inside. Simple answer--it depends on your pot's height, but your box would be custom-built for you already so we should be able to accommodate your pot.
    S. Clark

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    Default Update on Folding Chair!!!

    UPDATE:

    The folding camp chair photographed above has been discontinued from our build-list. It has been replaced with our Replica Quality folding camp chair. This new chair is an exact copy of an original civil war era chair in our private collection. This chair will hold 275+ lbs!!! Photos are below of this chair.

    Solid Oak Construction
    Hand-worked Solid Brass Rivets
    Hand-rubbed Danish Finish





    S. Clark

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    How much does one of these cost?
    Thanks,
    Jason Thibodeaux
    Independent Rifles
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    Quote Originally Posted by PVT.THIB View Post
    How much does one of these cost?
    Thanks,
    PM sent regarding replica chair.
    S. Clark

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