Our team of master craftsmen, known as the Woodworking Gentlemen, can build virtually anything you want from our huge selection of architectural salvage, antiques and relics, as well as reclaimed lumber and slabs.
Some have labeled our shop guys as "fabricators" or "master craftsmen" which certainly applies, but with Billy it's much more of an artistic expression than anything else.
For the uninitiated, traditional woodworking is synonymous with endless cabinets secreting away mass quantities of arcane tools, but Chris insists it’s all about the hand plane.
While Parker makes some of the most inspiring tables, chairs, and doors you are likely to lay eyes on, he is also interested in anything else a customer might want to throw his way.
As it turns out, most of our fabricators would probably consider themselves both artists and craftspeople. Outside of work they paint, draw, and sculpt. They bring that creativity with them to work, where they craft functional objects from the salvage that we acquire.
Hi everyone, Doug (aka “Termite”) here along with Billy (aka “Woodchuck”) to tell you about what’s new in the wood/tool/and hardware sections here at Eco Relics. Leading off, a few weeks ago, we salvaged a huge load of heart pine beams from the historic Dyal-Upchurch building in downtown Jacksonville. Constructed in 1904, and is the first skyscraper built in Jacksonville…