202 N. Grant St
PO Box 495
The CABIN RUSTIC Collection
We are known for our use of absolutely beautiful, highly figured woods and our Cabin Rustic Collection makes awesome use of the best of them.
Expert craftsmanship goes into every piece...hand cut mortise and tenons, hand sanded live edge slabs, and hand rubbed
We work to please you! We want you to fall in love with
what you purchase from Persimmon Ridge. Most of the pieces that we show on our web site is hand-crafted after the time of sale so, we can make custom changes for you such as dimensions, wood species...what ever makes it special to you! Just ask.
This Sassafras wood stool is the perfect combination of pretty and comfy.
The construction is hand cut mortise and tenon. The seat is hand woven splint cane.
It is truly a beautiful piece that you will enjoy for many, many years.
17" x 21" and 16" high
BARK INCLUSION LIVE EDGE SLAB TABLE
This Sassafras live edge slab sits regally on a hand cut mortise and tenon bark inclusion base.
Used as a coffee table or a place to display a bronze statue or treasured caving it will be a beautiful focal point in any room
about 20" x 24" x16" tall
12" X 14" and 28" high
These tables can be what ever you want them to be....tall or short, smooth bark or bark inclusion, cedar
table top or vintage wood...what suits your style.You dream it up and we will build it!
Contact us and we will help you discover all of the possibilities!
15" x 17" and 25" tall
INLAID SASSAFRAS SIDE TABLE
If you like the things that share your habitat to be unusual, a little bit different......you will love this table.
Slices of Sassafras saplings that have been hand inlaid and then wiped with ebonizing solution have depth...like looking deep into the clear water.
This table will look beautiful in your home.
LARGE SASSAFRAS SLAB WALL CLOCK
This clock is defiantly one of a kind. I crafted it in 2004 and retained it for my own collection of Lodge furniture. I am now offering it to beautifully grace another family's home.
I obtained this Sassafras slab in late 2002...it was covered with mud that was embedded deeply into the bark. I had no idea what I planned to do with it and set it aside until 2004. One day I decided to clean it up and see what I really had. It took days using antique ice picks and small brushes to clean it out.
What I found when I was done was this absolutely beautiful slab. I wanted to showcase the entire slab and I felt that a wall clock would do just that!.
I hand crafted the works box from Honduran Mahogany and used a beautiful ceramic face depicting a farm scene. The works box is anchored to the frame with a shed Whitetail Deer antler tip. At 64" tall with the bold bark it defiantly is a room's focal point and conversation piece.
This clock is very heavy and will take extra care to hang.