Custom Wood Dining Table with Hand Carved Twig Back Chairs and Matching Hutch
Custom Built Dining Tables
Dining Table - This custom made dining room table features a solid planked wood round top with a pedestal base. This table is hand made to shape and the top is 2 3/4" thick. The base is a solid, joined and interlocking pedestal that is permanently mounted to the solid wood top. The legs include mar proof leveling feet. The matching dining chairs are hand hewn, mortise and tenon constructed to form a solid structure. Seats and chair backs are 2 1/4" thick wood and the chair posts are 2 3/4" round. Each pole and brace on this custom dining table set is hand carved by professional master level wood carvers to appear as real tree limbs. All custom made furniture by Scottsdale Art Factory includes a hand rubbed multiphase fine art finish to protect the surface of the wood and enhance the beauty of this hand made wood dining room table set.
Wood Buffet & Hutch - Custom Made
Buffet and Hutch - This matching buffet and hutch is hand made from solid wood, mortise and tenon joined, and fine art finished. The buffet includes three felt lined drawers with full extension, easy glide, ball bearing tracks, six overlapping cabinet doors with genuine natural deer antler handles and a built in wine rack. The hutch includes touch button, three stage lighting. The adjustable shelving can be solid wood or glass, with optional plate rail. The doors on this dining buffet and hutch feature an etched glass design, available in any design style to meet the decor needs of your dining room. Learn more about Buffet Hutch SWH160.
Furniture Custom Built at Scottsdale Art Factory
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Deadwood - Historical Origin and Design Inspiration
The famous and the infamous have called Deadwood and the Black Hills home over the last several centuries. Lewis and Clark, Wild Bill Hickok, Wyatt Earp, George Armstrong Custer, Poker Alice, the Sundance Kid, Calamity Jane, Mark Twain and many others have all passed through here in search of fortune and adventure.
But long before the arrival of the white man, the land was home to the Cheyenne, Kiowa, Pawnee, Crow and Sioux (or Lakota) Indians. The Sioux, who migrated from Minnesota in the 1700s, dominated a tract of land large enough to support the buffalo herds on which they subsisted. At about the same time as the Lakota migration, French Canadian explorers began mapping the Missouri River and trading with the Indians for pelts and hides to be shipped back East. Adventurers Francois and Joseph La Verendrye claimed the region for King Louis XV in 1743 by placing an engraved lead plate on the bank of the Missouri River near present-day Pierre.
When Thomas Jefferson made the Louisiana Purchase with Napoleon of France, the 828,000 square-mile purchase included all of what would later become South Dakota. In 1803, Jefferson sent his personal secretary Meriwether Lewis and Lewis' friend William Clark to explore the new territory. The 31-member party met little resistance from the Indians as they passed through South Dakota. Along the Missouri River, the expedition was joined by French trader Toussaint Charbonneau and his 15-year-old wife Sacagewea, whom the Frenchman had won in a gambling match. The young Shoshone woman helped to guide Lewis and Clark all the way to the Pacific Ocean. (Source: wikipedia.org)
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