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The formula was basic: to carve wood into small, semiabstract forms resembling spoons, chess pieces, African sculptures (and works by Brancusi and Giacometti), bones, bobbins, balls, melon slices, sand dollars and toy boats.
The turned-wood furniture — the bobbin chairs and side tables in the great room, the spool beds upstairs — conveys a country feeling without being rough or heavy.
Metal bobbins feel sturdy and provide tension control.
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