Oak Hutch

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This beautiful oak and leather hutch is hand crafted and carved by Troy Anderson. The oak case work, back panels, and door trim comes from door jams salvaged from a bank in Phoenix, AZ. Screw and nail holes are still visible.

The oak top comes from a log brought to Troy by a friend. It was cut on his own portable saw-mill. The book matched side panels are pecan and come from orchards in southern Arizona. Most of the trees were turned into firewood, but Troy was able to acquire some from friends. The cracks and holes are filled with black epoxy.

The drawers are made from walnut scraps left over from a kitchen project in Arizona. They are constructed using dove-tail joints. An acanthus leaf pattern is carved on the leather drawer and door fronts. It is an original design.