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D. C. Nauman, Chair & Cabinetmaker

Listing #544   Listed on: 01/02/2008

A small one man shop building reproduction chairs and furniture. I also repair and restore antiques, as well as engage in traditional cabinetry, custom turning, carving and reproduction molding and millwork.
In the shop.
Fireplace surround from the restoration of the Schoonover farmhouse, Smithfield Twp. PA ca. 1807.
Chippendale chair in walnut
Continuous arm Windsor
Kitchen of the Ruther house, Monkton MD, ca. 1858.
Company Name:   D. C. Nauman, Chair & Cabinetmaker
Contact Name:   Dave Nauman
Location:   E. Stroudsburg, PA  18301
Year Founded:   1998
Sq. Footage:   750
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Lathe Turning
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Carving - Architectural Ornamentation
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Repairs
    Furniture - Furniture Reproductions

Shop Equipment:
    Other - Grizzly 3 hp table saw w/sliding table
    Bridgewood - 3 hp shaper w/power feed
    Other - Grizzly 15" planer
    Other - Grizzly 6" jointer
    Other - Ahnert Tool Co. 14' band saw
    Dewalt - 12" radial saw
    Craftsmen - 12" compound miter saw
    Delta - Radial drill press
    Other - Grizzly 40" lathe
    Delta Rockwell - 36" lathe
    Other - Seco 1 hp hollow chisel mortiser
    Other - Buffalo Forge post drill

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Johnny     [01/02/2008]
Nice shop, but you forgot to list your shaving horse under shop equipment!

Posted By: Larry     [01/21/2008]
Nice HQ!

Posted By: Dan     [02/24/2008]
My wife loves the Chippendale Chair, what would that run? Is is walnut wood? Or some other type of wood stained walnut?

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