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From Field to Furniture: The Three Oaks Collection from Edward Collinson

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From Field to Furniture: The Three Oaks Collection from Edward Collinson

July 16, 2019

We discovered craftsman Edward Collinson a couple of years ago (see A Simple Bespoke Cabin in North Yorkshire) and quickly became admirers of his work. His latest: a new collection of furniture called The Three Oaks, “created from trees from my around my home in North Yorkshire. The collection represents the studio’s belief in mindful, responsible production and our love for this historic English resource,” Collinson says.

The Three Oaks collection is currently on view at  The New Craftsmen’s Mayfair showroom until September, and is also available to order online. Here’s a look:

Photography by Henry Weir courtesy of Edward Collinson.

 The English oak Note Table (£6,000) was “inspired by the work of traditional coopers; the base of the table is created with individual ‘coopered’ staves, and the finish is fumed, a historic process that enriches and deepens the wood’s natural color.”
Above: The English oak Note Table (£6,000) was “inspired by the work of traditional coopers; the base of the table is created with individual ‘coopered’ staves, and the finish is fumed, a historic process that enriches and deepens the wood’s natural color.”
The Note Table surrounded by a trio of Pippy Stools (£500 each) and a Low Back Chair (£850).
Above: The Note Table surrounded by a trio of Pippy Stools (£500 each) and a Low Back Chair (£850).
The Note Table and Pippy Stools from above.
Above: The Note Table and Pippy Stools from above.
The Portion Desk ( £3,700) is made from quarter-sawn oak with “legs made from sheets of solid oak, with a subtle break in the ‘spine, ’ like an open book.”
Above: The Portion Desk ( £3,700) is made from quarter-sawn oak with “legs made from sheets of solid oak, with a subtle break in the ‘spine, ’ like an open book.”
Edward Collinson with his wall-mounted Flight Shelving (go to Edward Collinson for pricing).
Above: Edward Collinson with his wall-mounted Flight Shelving (go to Edward Collinson for pricing).

See more:

A Simple Bespoke Cabin in North Yorkshire, Father/Son Edition

New Kitchen Components from an English Sculptor-Turned-Artisan

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