Jan Cavelle Furniture Creation Journey

Well today I take you on a little trip to The Jan Cavelle Furniture Company where we take a sneaky peek around the factory to see what goes on in the process of making a piece of furniture. Jan's beautiful creations go through a process over several days of being built & spayed by dedicated craftmen, lets go see 

Day one: 
The raw materials turn up at the work shop. 

 Day 2 

The wood is now being cut at an angle to create more surface area to secure the boards together. 

Day 3 

rebate is being cut along the edge of of backboard with a spindle moulder 

 Day 4 

excess wood is being used in the wood burner, ensuring the make best use of 

Day 5 

skilled craftsman are gluing boards together to create the carcass 

Day 6 

the doors are being screwed on and then they'll be removed for spraying 

Day 7 

 Spraying is a delicate process, a fleck of dust could ruin the black ash finish 

 Day 8 

it is now being denibbed using 400 grit (400 grains of sand per sq cm) sandpaper, To make the piece smooth

Day 9 

complete and ready to be sent to despatch the Olivier base unit. 

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