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Peach State is a local chapter of Society of American Period Furniture Makers. We host two meetings annually. Our focus is on period furniture mostly of American origin.
We have been fortunate to be able to bring in some nationally recognized presenters including SAPFM Cartouche Award winners. Most of our meeting have a weekend presentation followed by an optional hands on workshop on the following Monday and Tuesday.
We have an extensive library of photos and videos from previous meetings including instructors like Al Breed, Steve Latta, Will Neptune, Tony Kubalak, Mickey Callahan and Freddy Roman.
Check our gallery of member's work and our events section for upcoming meetings. Also, you can sign up for our periodic newsletter with announcements of upcoming activities under "Contact Me".
Sponsored by Peach State Chapter
Our fall program will feature Josh Klein from Maine. Josh is the publisher of the new magazine "Mortise and Tenon". His formal education is restoration but he does that and much more. To quote Josh,"I have since settled at home in the Downeast area. I specialize in preservation work to conserve the character and patina of each unique piece. It is always my aim to preserve as much original material as possible. Any necessary removal of damaged finish is delicately executed by hand. I offer services for those who cherish their collection and desire to see it cared for with reverence. I look forward to serving you in all your restoration needs."
More details will be posted later this summer.
Spring 2017 "Tall Clocks" with Jeff Headly and Steve Hamliton. March 11-12, 2017