Dave and Terry Petit operate Olde Shaker Woodcraft, a family business creating handcrafted
furniture of lasting distinction.
Olde Shaker Woodcraft products are handcrafted with a simple,
uncluttered yet sophisticated style. Being set apart from others in
what they strive for. They offer specialities such as handcrafted
dovetailing, color matching and hand rubbed finishes and use only
quality paints and finishes on each of their traditionally crafted
Olde Shaker Woodcraft is proud to offer traditionally crafted
historically inspired Shaker furniture and accessories. Every product
shows their commitment to the Shaker tradition of quality and
craftsmanship. An extensive knowledge of the Shaker lifestyle
as well as knowledge of 19th Century woodworking techniques that goes
into every piece.
"At Olde Shaker Woodcraft we believe
good customer service is an important as traditionally crafted
furniture," they note. "Therefore, we give our
personal attention to every customer's idea."
Dave Petit & Terry Petit have been selected for the following Directories:
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