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Wood Arts & Crafts
Band Saw Boxes
Bottle Stoppers
Bud Vases
Burl Clocks
Cutting Boards
Pens & Pencils
Kitchen Tools
  *Spatulas
  *Oven Rack Tools
Scroll Saw Items
  *Fretwork
  *Inlay-Single & Multiple
Turned Bowls and Platters
Turned Lidded Boxes



Furniture Repair
Structural Repairs of Furniture Components

Chair Regluing/Repair

Drawer Repairs/Replacement

Table Leg Repairs/Replacement

Table Leaves Made to Order

Rocker Runners

Spindle Turning

Veneer Repairs

Custom Modifications
Welcome 
If you’re looking for high quality furniture repair work and personal service, you’ve come to the right place. At Avery Art Woods LLC, I’ll give you the attention and personal service you’ll come to expect and enjoy.
                                            Avery Art Woods​ LLC
P. O. Box 1551, Prineville, Oregon 97754
www.avery-art-woods.biz
artwoodsoregon@gmail.com
541 520-8528

AVERY ART WOODS LLC

Based in Prineville, Oregon, Avery Art Woods does woodworking in the following specialties:

Fine Arts & Crafts - custom boxes and customer requests. Maker of fine pens and pencils, kitchen utensils, burl clocks, band saw boxes, turned bowls, cutting boards, and many other wood art items.

Scroll Sawyer - intricate cutting of inlays and compound forms. Scroll saws can be used for a wide range of techniques:
* From simple cutouts to exquisite fretwork
*Advanced works for inlay, marquetry, and intarsia
*Even cuttings which involve plastics, metals, and other materials

Wood Turning - from spindle turning to objet d'art, both concentric and eccentric. The two distinct types of wood turning are spindle turning and object turning (such as bowls & platters).Spindle turning is usually done with dried wood for stability . Bowl turners often use freshly cut wood to turn bowl blanks.

Furniture Repair & Construction -
repairs of antique and contemporary furniture. Maker of custom, made-to-order furniture. Alterations of furniture to customer wants and specifications. Repair or duplication of structural furniture components by use of various power tools such as a band saw, table saw, router, or wood lathe. Much work is also done with traditional hand tools.