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wood necklace holder

by Thomas Davin and Mary Kesler
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A Knot-free Tree

It's a mystery: No matter how many times you lay them out flat, somehow your necklaces always seem to snake together into a tangled mess inside your jewelry box. We may never know exactly how or why it happens but fortunately woodworkers Thomas Davin and Mary Kesler of Rhode Island have found a solution. Their curvaceous jewelry tree may be wooden but you certainly won't find the knots you would with a traditional jewelry box! Mounted atop its sturdy, shapely trunk the Necklace Holder has eight posts for hanging necklaces that rotate for easy access. Next time you get dolled up, take the digging and detangling steps out of the process. Handmade in Rhode Island.

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aluminum, maple
holder: 12.75" H x 6" Base Diameter
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Thomas Davin and Mary Kesler

Thomas Davin and Mary Kesler have been woodworking together since 1979. Their professional training began during their college years in California where Tom studied cabinetmaking and design at C.S.U. Northridge. Mary began woodworking to help pay expenses toward her Bachelor of Science degree at U.C. Davis. After college, they began a business and life partnership. They now reside with their three children, two boys, Morgan and Roland, and a girl, Joanna, in the countryside of Rhode Island.

Working out of a nineteenth century mill overlooking Dorset Mill Pond, Mary and Tom utilize the beauty of their surroundings to create objects that are simple yet elegant in design. Their woodcrafts are both serviceable and handsome. With minimal care, they can be appreciated for years to come. The hallmark of their work is its combination of artistic expression and utilitarian design.

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