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Christopher works on making one of a kind furniture. Starting with hand drafted, full scale drawings guaranteeing a well designed and beautiful piece of art. Each piece is made using a mixture of machine and hand tools in the perfect blend of modern and traditional woodworking. The care given translates into something that will last generations.
Christopher Littlefield has been passionate about working wood since he was a little tike. Starting with a little hand tool kit made for kids and then working his way up to power tools as he got older. After high school, he followed many different career paths, never really being happy. After getting laid off for the second time in two years, he decided to follow his passion and enrolled at North Bennet Street School for Cabinet and Furniture Making in the Winter of 2013. With a profound amount of support from his wife he traveled from Warwick, Rhode Island to the North End of Boston, Massachusetts on a daily basis till graduation in the Winter of 2015.
Christopher's skill and passion has been acknowledged in awards won. At the Pawtucket Fine Furnishings Shows in November 2014 he was awarded Best Student Traditional Piece. Christopher was also awarded the Oneida Air Systems Future Craftsmen Scholarship. This monetary award was created to foster and support students who are studying to be the next generation of American Craftsmen in wood.
Christopher, having found his passion, works on making one of a kind furniture pieces. Starting with hand drafted, full scale drawings, guarantees a well designed and beautiful piece of art. Each piece is made using a mixture of machine and hand tools in the perfect blend of modern and traditional woodworking. The care given each individual piece translates into something that will last generations.
“ He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.”
Francis of Assisi
Phone: (401) 378-0390
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