Grado’s limited edition cans made with reclaimed wood from whiskey barrels.
Parks Woodworking Machine Co. No. 2 18” Band Saw
Latest acquisition: Parks No. 2 band saw.
"…It is delightfully situated on the south side of East Avenue, one of the most beautiful and fashionable streets of this city. The building stands about one-third of a mile south of the University of Rochester, nearly one and one-half miles south of east of the Court House, a few steps west of the princely residence of Mr. H. H. Warner, on what fifty years ago was a dense forest. Its horizon is nearly unobstructed, in every direction, in some points forty miles distant being had. In nearly every outlook, woodland, field and meadow combine to produce most picturesque effect." - Lewis Swift via Wikipedia
Chimenti Table by alcarol
Three planks, made from Venetian bricolas, or channel markers, and sealed in clear resin.
“Picked at random, a single J.C. Penney Co. store can be a remarkably unimpressive establishment.” - Fortune, September 1950
One of my favorite buildings in Rochester, NY.
Sometimes I wonder what my home would look like in 25 years. This appears to be a future I can accept.
Earlier today, I trash picked an authentic barrel chair designed by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates.
The upholstery on mine pretty ratty, but using 1stdibs as a metric, it could be worth as much as $3,900. Looks like I have some work to do…
The $8,000 1973 Jaguar E-Type Series III I should have bought in 2007 is for sale again.
Someone put a deposit on it yesterday, however, his wife refused to hand him the checkbook because he had “too many cars.” I’m tempted. I don’t care if it is a 2+2, I need it.
It’s also worth noting that the lump of a V12 was replaced with a later Jaguar 4.2 straight six.