Students Win Best Design and Best in Show at Exhibition

David Redwine won Best in Show with his Pearwood and Rosewood Jewellery Cabinet and James Richardson won Best Design with a brand new dining chair designed for batch production. Both pieces were exhibited at the ‘Post Course’ seminar and exhibition at “Wood Glorious Wood” in Hartland, North Devon. Seventy aspiring furniture makers attended and exhibited at a friendly and informative day hosted by James and Di Morley.

James Richardson wins "Best Design"

David Redwine wins "Best in Show"


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