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Jeff L Headley

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Steve Hamilton and Jeff Headley from Woodworking Workshops Of The Shenandoah Valley   wwotsv   will be demonstrating our 2017 classes during The Woodworking Shows ( in Baltimore ). Please come by and ask questions. We will have our Virginia Slant front desk ( with 13 secret compartments ) and our Shenandoah Valley of Virginia tall case clock and a hunt board  from VA/NC along with our Philadelphia card table ( Thomas Affleck) and our miniature Highboy 28" tall with all the same construction to produce a full size. We will also have many other demonstration pieces ( pieces that come completely apart to show period construction). We will be demonstrating at the Cow palace in Timonium Maryland Jan 6, 7 and 8, 2017. Please come by and see what we have to offer.
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Shenandoah valley of Virginia slant front desk with secret compartments plus many more not pictured.

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We will also be demonstrating the construction joinery techniques needed to build this wonderful miniature highboy with all the  same joinery needed for a full size piece

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We will also have a tall case clock for questions and answers.

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I would like to thank everyone that stopped by our booth at "The Woodworking Shows" in Baltimore, Jan 2017. Thank you for listening to us while we promote traditional American period furniture construction. This was our first event of the year to celebrate our 5th generation family business with 99 years of continuous operation in the lower Shenandoah Valley. Please lend us your ear.