Furniture refinishing & repair, restoration, custom furniture & gifts. Our workshop is in Martinsburg, WV & office in Leesburg, VA. Hours by appointment.
We do everything from restoring antiques and family heirlooms to building custom furniture, cabinets and built-ins. We can repair damaged veneer, or replace the entire top if it is beyond repair. The finish we use provides a very durable, hand rubbed, smooth finish and is specifically designed for interior wood surfaces exposed to moisture, heat and household chemicals. It also has a special UV additive which protects both stains and pigmented coatings underneath. If you have any questions about touch ups or any projects you would like to do your self, please feel free to post any questions.
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Who needs a little magic in their life?
It does not get any sweeter than this.
Enter Iwojima for 10% off this flag. In remembrance of the raising of The United States Flag at the highest peak of the island for everyone to see 75 years ago.
shophudsonwoodworking.com The Battle of Iwo Jima (19 February – 26 March 1945) was a major battle in which the United States Marine Corps landed on and eventually captured the island of Iwo Jima from the Imperial Japanese Army(IJA) during World War II. The American invasion, designated Operation Detachment, had the goal of...
Finally got finish on this.
Have a happy Presidents day.
You just might fall for one of these.
Who likes to decorate their garden or yard with a little magic? Fairy doors are the perfect edition to a fairy garden, adding an interesting element to a tree stump, or to spice up the indoors. They are finished with a boiled linseed oil and will be okay outside but will weather if not re-oiled periodically. They are around 6.5" × 6" depending on design and we can also do custom sizes. A single door is $25, 2 for $40, and a set of 3 is $60. We currently have some in stock but they will be made to order. White Oak and Sapele are the woods pictured and work well with the outdoors but we can use different wood by request. Message us or order directly from our website www.shophudsonwoodworking.com
All three of the fairy doors.
48 inch long landscape scene made from poplar.
Wands off the machine. Made of sycamore, walnut and poplar.
Attention magical types and Harry Potter fans! We are excited to have our wands available at a wonderful shop in downtown Shepherdstown, On the Wings of Dreams. Check them out for lots of wonderful spiritual items. Contact us for more information on wands.
We love featuring the work of local artisans, and are very excited to introduce these beautiful wands handmade by Hudson Woodworking and Restoration of Martinsburg! They're available in various woods such as sycamore, walnut, and sapele (mahogany). The Celtic Cross on the handle symbolizes the cardinal directions and the four elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water. Custom woods, stains and designs are also available directly through Hudson Woodworking!
Wishing all a very happy new year and for many blessings in 2020!
Wishing you love, light, whimsy and joy over the holidays and beyond!
May love and light fill your hearts and home, Happy Hanukkah!
Who else is looking forward to longer days??
Making some wands
It's Small Business Saturday. Support your community and #shopsmall #shoplocal
Check out our online store, www.shophudsonwoodworking.com for some of our creations. Contact us for custom work. We have a lot of new and exciting things available in the near future, so stay tuned.
Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends, and you stayed safe from the Black Friday crowds! We are so thankful for all of you!!
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Happy 244 Marines
From the Halls of Montezuma
To the shores of Tripoli;
We fight our country's battles
In the air, on land, and sea;
First to fight for right and freedom
And to keep our honor clean;
We are proud to claim the title
Of United States Marine.
Our flag's unfurled to every breeze
From dawn to setting sun;
We have fought in every clime and place
Where we could take a gun;
In the snow of far-off Northern lands
And in sunny tropic scenes,
You will find us always on the job
The United States Marines.
Here's health to you and to our Corps
Which we are proud to serve;
In many a strife we've fought for life
And never lost our nerve.
If the Army and the Navy
Ever look on Heaven's scenes,
They will find the streets are guarded
By United States Marines.
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
—UPDATE— Both teenagers were located safe last night. The LCSO would like to thank the public for their assistance.—-
—PREVIOUS POST— The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance to help locate two teenagers from Western Loudoun who left the area on their own accord and were last known to be together.
Caleb N. Jones, 16, of Lovettsville and Marah A. Wiseman, 16, of Purcellville are believed to have left the area late last night or sometime during the early morning hours today and traveled together to Washington, DC. They are believed to be traveling in a silver 2003 Chevrolet Suburban and could be in the Metropolitan Washington, DC area.
Caleb is described as being 5’ 9” tall and 170 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes. He also has a cross tattoo on the inside of his left forearm. Marah is approximately 5’7”, 130 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. She has a piercing in her right nose, as well as both ears.
Anyone with any information regarding Caleb’s or Marah’s whereabouts is asked to contact Detective L. Sayre by calling the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office at 703-777-1021.
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has located a Chantilly woman who was reported missing this morning.
Daena L. Alfaro, 20, was found safe today near Peacock Market Square in South Riding after the LCSO received information on her possible whereabouts from a citizen.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the public for their assistance.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance to help locate a missing-endangered, Chantilly woman who was last seen on the morning of August 27 at her residence.
Daena L. Alfaro, 20, is an Asian female described as being 4’10” tall, 100 pounds and having brown hair and brown eyes. She is believed to be wearing black yoga pants, black Nike sneakers, and carrying a small, red backpack. She was reported missing by family members this morning. Alfaro is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health concerns.
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Alfaro, please contact the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office at 703-777-1021.
$2 cut offs at Shenandoah Planing Mill. We went for 2 boards of ash and ended up with 13 boards of cedar from the cutoff bin after the wife saw the aromatic cedar. Cherry, poplar, oak and ash along with test ran planks of flooring I saw left in the pile. Wife looked at me and said you need to make me a door out of this cedar.
On this day in 1782, George Washington established The Badge of Military Merit. Which is now known as the Purple Heart. May all who is serving be safe and many thanks from the Hudson Woodworking team.
The original Purple Heart, designated as the Badge of Military Merit, was established by George Washington – then the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army – by order from his Newburgh, New York headquarters on August 7, 1782. The Badge of Military Merit was only awarded to three Revolutionary War soldiers by Gen. George Washington himself. General Washington authorized his subordinate officers to issue Badges of Merit as appropriate. From then on, as its legend grew, so did its appearance. Although never abolished, the award of the badge was not proposed again officially until after World War I.
On October 10, 1927, Army Chief of Staff General Charles Pelot Summerall directed that a draft bill be sent to Congress "to revive the Badge of Military Merit". The bill was withdrawn and action on the case ceased January 3, 1928, but the office of the Adjutant General was instructed to file all materials collected for possible future use. A number of private interests sought to have the medal re-instituted in the Army; this included the board of directors of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum in Ticonderoga, New York.
On January 7, 1931, Summerall’s successor, General Douglas MacArthur, confidentially reopened work on a new design, involving the Washington Commission of Fine Arts. Elizabeth Will, an Army heraldic specialist in the Office of the Quartermaster General, was named to redesign the newly revived medal, which became known as the Purple Heart. Using general specifications provided to her, Will created the design sketch for the present medal of the Purple Heart. The new design, which exhibits a bust and profile of George Washington, was issued on the bicentennial of Washington's birth. Will's obituary, in the edition of February 8, 1975 of The Washington Post newspaper, reflects her many contributions to military heraldry.
This icebox was in pretty bad condition. It had a lot of water damage from a flooded basement along with 100 years of being an icebox. Had to replace a lot of it due to dry rot and termite damage which they were no longer active. The sideboard was also in the flooded basement and the feet glue joints failed and all but one of the pieces went missing. We hand carved all new pieces and repaired the bad veneer to make these pieces better then brand new.
At Shenandoah Planing Mill until 5pm.
1,354,664+ I do not think a thank you is enough for those who made the ultimate sacrifice protecting this nation. Those who swore an oath to protect our Constitution and paid for with their lives. We at HWW are humbled and will remember the men and women who gave some and will never forget those who gave all. We Thank You.
[05/13/19] Happy Mother's Day! Thank you for all you do every day!
Update 05/07/2019- Due to low ticket sales we have decided to reschedule this event for October. We didn't realize Mother's Day weekend would impact ticket sales so much. We will have a date in October finalized soon. For now the new date is a tentative Oct 19th. Thank you!!
First Annual RHOLC Freedom Pen Project. Our goal is to make 200 pens to donate via the USO to our troops deployed over seas. What a great event to bond with your son, daughter, friend or spouse. Come out to help us reach OUR goal!
Click the link for tickets. I will be there to help with the event.
eventbrite.com Hello everyone!! It’s finally time for the First Annual RHOLC Freedom Pen Project. Our goal is to make 200 pens to donate via the USO to our troops deployed over seas. What a great event to bond with your son, daughter, friend or spouse. Come out to help us reach OUR goal! To make a pen, a small s...
Hopefully everyone is enjoying this beautiful spring weather!
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