Each year, the Show brings together more than 100 U.S. and international artisans and dealers, including a number of I.G.M.A. Artisans and Fellows. They offer collectors unique, well-crafted 1-inch, 1/2-inch, and 1/4-inch scale miniatures from around the world.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Dealer Geoff Wonnacott, England - Fine Furniture

Since 2010, Geoff Wonnacott has come from England to be a dealer at Good Sam. He has also offered workshops. An IGMA Fellow in Furniture, Geoff is well known for his fine handcrafted museum quality furniture reproductions in 1:12 scale. Email: gffwon@aol.com.  Web: http://www.geoffreywonnacott.co.uk

Louis XVI Gilt Gueridon with pierced brass gallery. Neo-classic Gilt armchair. Hand-painted porcelain tea set by Miyuki Nagashima, Japan.
Louis XVI Parquetry Cylinder Bureau in rosewood and ebony with gilt metal figures.
Louis XVI Marble Top Commode in walnut, veneered in amboyna with cross-banded drawers, brass ring pull handles, and turned ebony legs. Meissen-style porcelain plates by Miyuki Nagashima, Japan.
Beautifully detailed bookcase wall unit. Porcelain plates by Miyuki Nagashima, Japan. Hand-bound books by Tine Krijnen, Netherlands. (All are dealers at this year's Show.)
Sheraton chess table with Staunton chess pieces turned and carved in ebony and boxwood. Mahogany Stick Splat chair.
18th century Chippendale Corner Cupboard. Offered as workshop at the 2011 Show. Fine porcelain by Miyuki Nagashima, Japan. 

To see more fine furniture by Geoff Wonnacott Miniature Cabinetmaker, go >here<.

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