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William Thomas

Since 1979, William Thomas has been creating one of a kind furniture pieces in a variety of period styles. His work ranges from strict reproductions of historic pieces to new designs in the manner of the period masters. From New England Queen Anne to Baltimore Sheraton, his work encompasses the best of eighteenth century design.

A graduate of the North Bennet Street School in Boston, Mr. Thomas has focused his skills on creating furniture of the highest quality to meet the demands of discerning patrons of the arts. Each piece is entirely hand built and shows the master’s touch in every detail. Working personally with his clients, his goal is to fulfill their needs and provide furniture of a beauty that far exceeds their expectations.

As one of the six founding members of the New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association, Mr. Thomas has helped to bring the furniture created by the members of this organization to the attention of the nation, and indeed the world. His work has been featured in the eleven exhibitions and auctions that the Association has held, including the tenth anniversary retrospective exhibition held at the Currier Museum in Manchester, NH in 1995. He served as NHFMA’s chairman for three years.

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William Thomas's Work