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Synonyms for cabinetmaker

a woodworker who specializes in making furniture

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EuroButt II is very practical to cabinetmakers who don't want to or can't use a butt hinge," he says.
After completing college and spending four years as a cabinetmaker at Treske, Heath decided to branch out and start his own fine furniture If a young person makes a wrong EDUCATION choice at 16, they could making business in Loftus.
What's more, Downs has survived the Great Recession while evolving Paul Downs Cabinetmakers to service a lucrative niche manufacturing high-end custom conference tables.
We knew the signature was authentic because it matched his signature on the receipt for a coffin, a typical way that cabinetmakers of the period would augment their income.
At first, Tulles worked in partnership with Thomas Pallister and an unidentified McDonald as Tulles, Pallister & McDonald, cabinetmakers and upholsterers.
Your best bet is a lumberyard that caters to cabinetmakers (search online for "cabinet making supplies" followed by the name of your city).
Few cabinetmakers have achieved such a satisfying synthesis of furniture, 'painting' in wood, and sculpture.
Building on the success of last season's sports marketing campaign at Shea Stadium, Union Carpenters and Contractors have continued its partnership with the team to highlight the benefits of using the skilled work of carpenters, dock builders, millwrights, timber men, cabinetmakers and floor coverers.
After Elizabeth I's reign, furniture became more elaborate and diverse and joiners and cabinetmakers were set new challenges.
The late choirmaster and Archivist of Princes Road Synagogue, Raphael and Charles Dorfman, were both expert cabinetmakers.
He asked the cabinetmakers to outline the tower with a wide frame that would both hold and hide the rope lighting and make it accessible for bulb-changing and repairs.
The first comprehensive study of the classical furniture made in Norfolk, Virginia, from 1810-1840, this meticulously researched volume examines the work of the region's prominent cabinetmakers and documents it in highly descriptive text and 420-plus color photographs.
This is a reprint of a 1987 edition of a work originally published in 1959 by Home Craftsman Publishing under the unwieldy title of Know Your Woods: Their Identification, Properties, and Uses From the Standpoint of Craftsmen, Cabinetmakers, Carpenters, Dealers and Students.
Gary Stephen Compton and Maplewoods Cabinetmakers, of Cramlington, agreed at Morpeth County Court to sign undertakings to improve service.