Furniture & Wooden Goods

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Alison & Hugh's Handmade Things

Alison and Hugh Milton are Handmakers of Things: we take raw materials, quality components and a fair chunk of time, effort and experience and turn them into museum-class replicas of historical objects.

 

Whether you want furniture, chests, boxes, textile tools, belt pouches, belts, penners, musical instrument cases, historic knitted caps, beeswax candles, polish, baskets or a wooden spoon, we are your people.

 

Hugh works in wood and basket willow,  Alison works in wool, leather, beeswax, fabric and basket willow.  Basically if it doesn't easily bend it's Hugh's work, if it's flexible Alison made it.

 

We provide high quality demonstrating of historic skills

including (but not limited to):

carpentry/woodwork/green woodworking, 

textiles/spinning/dyeing, 

leatherwork.

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History in the Making

Handmade period furniture and woodwork for museums and reenactors.

Simon Dunn, a self taught craftsman, has been studying and making furniture from all periods from Roman through to 19th century for over 25 years.

We specialise in accurate reproduction furniture for

museums, the National Trust, English Heritage,

interpreters and private clients throughout the country.

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Waffle & Wood

Waffle and Wood makes reproduction wooden and textile artefacts based on archaeological finds. We are happy to make finds from any period of time so long as we have enough detail to be able to work from.  We work to a high standard making finds for, reenactors, museums and others.  We are always happy to take commissions..