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This beautifully crafted table will make perfect use of that corner space. Small but hardly inconspicuous, it’s made of Ponderosa Pine and available in a variety of colors. Perfect for a lamp, a few books or as a place to … Continue reading
Today’s small town is often noted – if not praised – for its diversity of constituents, its variety of thought, its tolerance for debate and discourse. But that’s just my opinion. My neighbors probably don’t see it that way.
-from Small Wonders by John Frazier
Located at 76 Main Street in Bisbee, Arizona, weâve made every effort to bring you things not found anywhere near here.
Weâre honored to be one of a small collection of retail outposts in the United States who carry David Marshâs handmade furniture, perhaps best described as âfurniture as art.â Or vice-versa. You decide. Suffice it to say that it’s one-of-a-kind and that you’ll not likely see it in your neighbor’s house. (We just don’t need more of the same.)
We’re also pleased to carry the equally original creations of Ralph Garrett, who’s not only David’s cousin, but a former student who’s been handcrafting furniture flavored by his own unique perspective for over 30 years. Like David, his respect for nature and conservation is a driving theme behind his use of repurposed and recycled materials. Here again, no two pieces are alike, which is just how we like them.
We also carryÂ Circa Ceramics dinnerware, a colorful addition to any dining table with whimsical imagery to match.
Youâll also find Art Home Cocktail Napkins. And Artini Earrings and Necklaces. (Sense a theme here?)
And we have toys, mostly tin toys and other classics that you donât see much of anymore. Most areÂ not intended for children, but rather adults and collectors. Nonetheless, weÂ reserve the right not to sell to anyone who doesnât have a little kid in them.