Thos. Moser is trying to learn a new trick, and we sorta like it. This new collection, dubbed the Edo Collection, has some cool new lines and side chairs that are minimal and sporty.
There are a number of pieces in the collection, all cherry. The pic above shows the 7 foot Trestle Table and the Studio Chair.
$1425 for half of a chair. Damn, that guy is smart! ; )
Thos. Moser is the best made furniture that is out there. His board matching, construction and finishing are second to none. And you pay for it.
If I could afford it, I'd fill my home with this man's furniture.
This is nice stuff, & "Al" is quite correct regarding the quality of their work, it's the best.
Also, his pieces don't seem to be for resale very often, so people must pass them down -- they're that amazing. I covet the reclining chair I see in the window every day when I walk to the subway. *Furniture Lust*
How does this furniture compare to that of others with the same idea (e.g., Pompanosuc Mills)?
Forget the dining set. Check out that interior door in the background!
I have two Moser stools in my kitchen. They are works of art and incredibly comfortable.
Yes, very nice stuff. I think this is one of the lines desinged by his son. There's also a great coffee-table book on the company and his furniture.http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0811836118
ck,Pompy is pretty good, Scott Jordan is better and Moser is best .
ck, I may have understated Pompy's quality. They are actually very good, Scott's better and Moser is still best. Specific questions?
how can a chair be "sporty"?
Umm if i could afford that stuff i wouldn't be living in an apartment..!
I attended a talk by son David in the Moser Georgetown studio Saturday. The thoughts shared showed the heart in great woodworking. I am fortunate to have six Moser pieces including the bungalow coffee and two side tables. The prices are steep but quickly forgotten. The beauty lingers.
have lots invested in several/many pieces. wish there was a resale market. @ down sizing, if my kid doesn't want it, how to unload? have seen their pieces in college waiting rooms. donate? company might help create a resale venue. it would be selling against itself, but maybe more might invest.
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