American style lacquered solid wood kitchen
Solid Wood, Ash, Linden
Between 1768 and 1854 many cabinetmakers left Europe, and in particular the Veneto region, to go to America with its thriving economy and seek out new professional openings. Many found work in the carpentry shops of Albany and only the best, the true “craftsmen” kept alive their passion for skilled cabinet-making.
They set up an exclusive school for master carpenters in New York, that city offering many opportunities. Considered the “greatest and most skilled american cabinetmakers”, they were the first to bring an early industrial, businesslike approach to the furniture and furnishing world.