Meet your masters - of carpentry.
 

J. HOYT

Growing up, Josh (or Hoyt) was always working with his hands.  From building forts to playing with action figures and Marvel characters to impressively scaled sandcastles and everything in between, it seemed Hoyt was always destined to continue that line of work professionally.  With apprenticeships in woodworking and cabinet making, he's got years of experience under his belt and a workaholic gene that runs in the family.  Hoyt runs our workshop with his pup Charlie and oversees most projects while personally handling the majority of the stripping and finishing processes.  

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I. jennings

Isabel has been working creatively for most of her life.  With a BFA in ceramics and a passion for painting and the outdoors, Isabel has found a way to combine her interests by working with materials that enhance the natural beauty of wood.  She is an expert at color-matching and has an eye for seeing how a restored piece should fit the overall atmosphere of its environment, whether that is commercial, residential, or outdoors.  

 

A. tibbitts

Alex is a Texas transplant in Ann Arbor whose love for antiques started at a young age, when his Uncle Don taught him how to restore and care for fine furniture and antiques. As he grew older, his love for antiques and quality craftsmanship continued to grow with him.  With several decades of experience in antique appraisal and woodworking in his array of many talents, Alex is a valuable piece of the Littlefield team where he utilizes his expertise and technical knowledge to handle most repairs and fabrication projects.

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