A Medieval Workbench: the foundation upon which mobilier are built

In March of 2018 I was fortunate in acquiring a large pile of red oak beams salvaged from a railyard.  These beams had been used as dunnage in the transport of train and rail parts from the East.  Ten feet long and heavy as sin, they were ugly, blackened, marred, stained, and dominated the centerContinue reading “A Medieval Workbench: the foundation upon which mobilier are built”