Woods of Mission
Timber, Ltd.
Our Show Room features items that have either been created on site
or made by area craftsmen and artists.
Black Walnut Rocking Chair

This chair was built by a woodworker
named Ed Spencer out of Richardson,
Texas.  The design is by Sam Maloof and is
featured in the Smithsonian Museum in our
Nation's Capitol.  The brilliance of design is
found in the joinery, as there is not a single
nail or screw holding this chair together.  
Each chair takes approximately 200 hours
to create from start to finish.
Mesquite Coffee Table

This table was designed and crafted by
Robert Pugh, Jr.  It features a tinted glass
inlay and stands at approximately 18.5
inches tall, 50.5 inches long and 31.5
inches wide.
Mesquite Console Table

This table was created on site by our staff
from mesquite, which has an absolutely
beautiful grain and color.  It stands
approximately 29.5 inches tall, is 14 inches
deep and 4 feet long.
Mesquite Coffee Table

This coffee table was built by Jim Bryant.  
The base is a mesquite log measuring
about 15 inches in diameter.  The table
measures 24" x 45" and stands 17" tall.  
Mesquite often has cracks that can filled
with a variety of mediums.  In this case the
cracks have been filled with black epoxy.
Mesquite Hackberry End Table

This end table was also created by Jim
Bryant.  The mesquite top has a hackberry
inlay and measures 17" x 32" and stands
29" tall.
Juniper End Table

This end table was created by local artisan
and former employee Marshall Everett.  It
was created from juniper and measures 19"
x 49.5" and stands 18.5" tall.
Mesquite Coffee Table

This coffee table was created on site by our
talented staff.  The top is made from five
different pieces of mesquite showing the
wide variety of coloration that can be found
with this species of wood.  The cracks have
been filled with gold and silver.  The table
measures 21" x 50" and stands 18.5" tall.
Mesquite Coffee Table

This table was also created on site by our
staff.  The pieces for the top were more
closely matched to give this table a more
uniform color.  The cracks in the mesquite
were filled with epoxy and inlaid with
turquoise.  It measures 19" x 49.5" and
If you would like more detailed pictures of any of these items, please email us at info@woodsofmissiontimber.com.