The Furniture                         
Most of our furniture is crafted by local Amish Craftsmen. the result is a beautiful blend of the Amish culture, combined with more contemporary and traditional designs. Due to weather patterns and nature, no two trees are alike; texture, color and density of grain vary within a single tree. This causes the acceptance of stains and sealers to vary also; this we call "Nature's Mystery" in Solid Hardwood. Knots and swirls will appear in the grain. These naturally occurring patterns are not to be construed as defects, but rather perceived as; "The Personalized Touch of Elegance and Beauty of Nature's Mystery in Solid Hardwoods."
Although we make every effort to bring you the very best in style and quality, there will be instances where "Nature's Mystery" will decide the character of your "Uniquely Personalized Piece of Furniture."
So, due to the nature of the wood, stain colors are not guaranteed to be the same as the samples. Solid wood furniture naturally responds to changes in temperature and humidity by expansion and contraction. These natural responses are not defects, and do not necessarily affect the strength of the furniture.

All our furniture is protected by numerous layers of a hardened "Catalyzed Conversion Varnish" which is heat and water resistant, but not necessarily heatproof. Please allow the finish to cure for twenty one days prior to heavy use. During this time, do not set warm items on the furniture, and prevent prolonged exposure to water.
By following these guidelines you may rest assured; the furniture you purchase today will be here for tomorrow's generation.
Every effort should be made to keep your solid wood furniture away from direct heat sources such as hot air outlets, wood stoves and radiators. Never place on top of or in front of baseboard heaters.

Keep the humidity in your home between fifty to sixty percent, with moderate temperatures.

Cleaning                         
Cleaning your solid wood furniture is easy, simply dampen a soft cloth with water to collect the dust and dirt; wipe & dry with a soft cloth.
Do not use "Pledge" or any silicone polishes, as it may build up on the wood finish if used over an extended period of use. For fine scratches we suggest "Old English Furniture Polish."

Assembling                         
Most items arrive assembled. In certain cases a 1/2 inch wrench or socket is required to assemble items such as Amish table pedestals, feet, and/or legs. Items such as Amish hutches, and mirrors for Amish dressers may need to be attached with a Phillips screwdriver.

Return Policies                         
All returns must be as good as new and accompanied by a receipt within 30 days of purchase. A 70% restocking fee will be accessed on custom pieces.
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