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Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm and by appointment; Sun, 1pm-6pm and by appointment
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F at Lexington Ave.-63rd St.; N, Q, R at Lexington Ave.-59th St.
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Tom Moser started his furniture company in 1973 after years of practicing woodworking as a hobby. His business now encompasses seven showrooms across the United States; this 1,900-square-foot Manhattan outpost is on the second floor of a thirties building with a façade fashioned in the style of an English grocer’s shop. Tom and his youngest son, David, design the furniture, which is then handcrafted in the family’s workshop in Auburn, Maine. Modern yet elegant credenzas, dining-room chair sets, rockers, bed frames, coffee tables, and mirrors made of American black cherrywood from Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Plateau fill the Madison Avenue space. Tom will also build in American black walnut, maple, and ash upon request. And there’s a special line of library furniture, including seating, tables, carrels, end panels, and reference desks. The company’s attention to detail extends to the delivery process—the staff blanket-wraps each piece before it’s packed into a specially commissioned Clark & Reid moving truck for transport to the customer.
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