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Artist Demo: 18th Century Reproduction Furniture Maker

High Caliber reproduction furniture by Lawrence Crouse Workshop.

Father and son, Larry and Abe Crouse, will demonstrate their fine craft of making high quality 18th century reproduction furniture at 4 p.m. on Monday, February 8th during Market Square Shows at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.

The Crouse’s are dedicated craftsmen of furniture – hand making the heirlooms of tomorrow. “The most important consideration to me building a piece of furniture is not the time involved; it is the quality and how well it will withstand the ravages of time,” says Larry.

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Hand crafted 18th century reproduction furniture by Lawrence Crouse Workshop.

And, buyers take notice. “Their craft is impeccable”, says Kathy Goodrich, president of Market Square Shows. “They have been exhibitors at Market Square for over 25 years. Buyers at our shows appreciate the true craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail and proportions of their reproduction pieces.”

Larry began his career forty years ago. Watch this video and learn more about how the Lawrence family began making furniture.

Lawrence Crouse Workshop in Kearneysville West Virginia from Our Terrain on Vimeo.

Market Square showcases unique, one of a kind home décor products in the traditional, farmhouse, primitive and vintage styles. Learn more about buying and exhibiting at Market Square Shows, and see a list of exhibitors at

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