Arthur Espenet Carpenter, Turned Bowl - Price upon request
Arthur Espenet Carpenter, Wishbone Chair
No longer available
Arthur Espenet Carpenter, Platter, 9" Diameter, No longer available
Arthur Espenet Carpenter, Woodworker, 1920 - 2006
Arthur Espenet Carpenter was a master woodworker and furniture maker known for his wishbone chair and desk with scalloped seashell sides. Self-taught, he joined the Baulines Craft Guild. He also taught had apprentices. His work is in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Modern Art and Museum of Arts and Design in New York. He was declared a “living California treasure” in 1984. He received The Furniture Society's Award of Distinction in 2001.