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Thomas Brown encountered woodworking by answering a help-wanted ad in the Baltimore Sun that turned out to be an apprenticeship at Renaissance and Medieval Stringed-Instrument Making under James Cox, a Luthier who is still practicing his craft in the area. He worked at several woodshops, notably the important firm of Knipp & Co., gravitating toward architectural joinery and millwork. In January of 1991 Tom was married to his wonderful wife Kathleen, and in the same month gave notice to his last employer and opened his first shop as Thomas Brown, Woodwright LLC. Within a year he employed a few other craftsmen who had been laid off during the economic downturn of ’92, and then moved the shop to its present location in ’95. Today the shop still has a relatively small staff, but they are among the most dedicated and naturally skilled folks anywhere.
Custom Exterior Doors, Door Sales
Zonas de trabajo
Arbutus, Baltimore, Baltimore Highlands, Brooklandville, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Park, Carney, Catonsville, Curtis Bay
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Comentado: what kind of black paint was used for the railing?No idea. Our shop is fabrication-only, no installation or painting/finishing... so somebody else did that. That said, if I were to paint a handrail I'd go for a high-gloss enamel. Glossy surfaces re...
23 de Septiembre de 2015