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Solid wood furniture that has "simplicity and glory"

  
  
  

Many thanks to Joseph for the coverage on his CFT411 (Cabinet & Furniture Trends & Information) blog...it is always exciting and gratifying to read such a thoroughly well-done article by someone who clearly understands the kind of work we do! We've posted an exerpt below, and you can read the entire article HERE.

Hope you enjoy his article as much as we did!

As seen on CFT411.com...

Wing Chair and Sofa, Aria Chair, Aria Writing Desk

"I'm in a strange sort of mood as I begin this blog. To tell you the truth, I'm a little ashamed of myself for not having written it quite some time ago. I have heard the name Thomas Moser many times as I have made my way through the woodworking world, but until just a few days ago I had never taken the time to find out what the shouting is all about. Well, sir! As it turns out Thos. Moser and Company is one of the most exciting furniture making companies I believe I have ever come across. For my tastes. And perhaps for yours as well.

Aria Dining Chairs and Table

"What Thomas Moser has done is extraordinary on a number of levels. The first is the design of the furniture itself. No, no, that's not it. The absolute first is having had the courage to begin the business at all. Moser was a tenured professor with a wife and four young sons in 1972 when he decided to turn his woodworking hobby into a business. In April 1973, with their first advertisement in Down East magazine, Tom and his wife Mary launched Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers. Flash forward almost forty years and we see a thriving business that employs 125 and is still growing, still designing and innovating, so now one clearly sees how inevitable it all was, right? Except that he surely had, as do we all, his many doubts and sleepless nights at the beginning of the endeavor. I certainly would have!"

Read the rest of this article at CFT411.com

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