Antiques of Tomorrow presents...

Colonial Queen Anne Furniture, Windsor chairs

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Colonial, Queen Anne, and Windsor Chair MAIN

JAMES
BECKER

JASON
BREEN

JOE
BREZNICK

TIMOTHY
CLARK

PAUL
DONIO

TODD
EXTER

ROBERT
FLETCHER

BOB
GASPERETTI

MATTHEW
HEALEY

WILLIAM
LABERGE

MARIO
MESSINA

DAN
MOSHEIM

SAM
NORRIS

SANDRA
PEARL

CHARLES
SHACKLETON

DAVID
SPERO

WALT
STANLEY

TIMOTHY
WAITE

JAY
WHITEHAIR

WILSON
WOODWORKING

 

Queen Anne Style Bench


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Queen Anne Style Highboy, Cherry

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Queen Anne Style Desk on Frame, Walnut


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Detail of desk at left. Notice interior carving and hand dovetailed drawers

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Chippendale Style Mirror, Mahogany

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Chippendale Style Tea Table, Mahogany

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Hand Dovetailed Boxes, Assorted Hardwoods and Inlays


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Hand Dovetailed Mahogany Box
with inlay border 12"L x 6" W x 6" H

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SANDRA PEARL POMEROY
Cabinetmaker


Original furniture designs ranging from the traditional to the contemporary.
Commissions welcomed.

1180 Murphy Road
Quechee, Vermont 05059
Phone 802 296-7973 phone
Fax 802 296-5068
email sandraprl@aol.com

Sandra Pearl Pomeroy's work in other furniture styles is featured on

My original furniture designs range from the traditional to contemporary. I use the time-honored joinery techniques of the pegged mortise and tenon and hand-made dovetails. Each piece of furniture is finished with a hand-rubbed mixture of oil, varnish, and wax to enhance the natural wood tones and to insure durability.

I have worked as a professional cabinetmaker since 1978. My training includes The Fundamentals of Fine Woodworking at the North Bennet Street School, hand-dovetailing at Ian Kirby Studios, the study of American furniture and its English antecedents, and 30 years of hands on learning while repairing, designing and building furniture.

My furniture has been exhibited at craft shows throughout New England, featured in Yankee Magazine and shown in Bob Vila's Home Again TV series.

—Sandra Pearl


Woodworking classes: I started teaching furniture making at the Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts in Jamaica Plains in Boston in the late 1980's. I now teach aspiring woodworkers in my Quechee, Vermont shop. My classes are limited to 4 students. I also give private lessons. My emphasis is on hand joinery, in particular the hand-cut dovetail.


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