Quartersawn White Oak Amish Jewelry Chests and Dressing Tables
Handmade Amish bedroom furniture offers a level of quality and durability you can’t get from a mass-produced alternative. AmishOutletStore.com’s quartersawn oak jewelry chests and dressing tables are no exception. Our products feature carefully chosen hardwoods and extensive options for customization. Whether your tastes are contemporary or traditional, you’ll find a wide range of options in our online store.
We offer all products on this page in quartersawn white oak and other woods. Quartersawn oak is a premium product that’s cut to emphasize its horizontal graining. Because of this, it’s also more resistant to temperature changes, and wear and tear. Our artisans select the best woods and use traditional construction techniques, such as mortise and tenon jointing, that deliver better structural integrity. As a result, you can count on any of our quartersawn oak jewelry chests and dressing tables to provide long-term performance in any home.
Our furniture draws from popular styles such as Mission, Shaker and Art Deco, though each piece is a unique creation. Furthermore, we build our products to order, which gives our customers the option of modifying the core design or dimensions to suit their taste. Choose from a variety of stains, add extra storage or more — the possibilities are virtually limitless.
Purchase any of the products on this page with other quartersawn white oak bedroom furniture to create a custom matched set. Large orders qualify for discounts of up to 33% off retail. Keep browsing our website to learn more, or contact our office for assistance from one of our representatives.
testimonials Cindy in Orlando, FL
I have never purchased a product from the Amish Outlet Store and look forward to hearing from them regarding on an item I am interested in. Every item on the web pages are beautiful. In the past, I have purchased items from other Amish crafters in Ontario, Wisconsin. I loved every item purchased because they are truly artistic and I found that the Amish are very nice people to work with. Today, most products are no longer made with solid wood and purchasing a quality piece, made in the USA is very important to me.