Fort Makers is an artists collective that makes functional and interactive art, from large-scale public installations to fashion and home products. Each piece reflects the unique hand of the artist and the energy and inspiration of the group. Its vast array of objects reflects its overall goal: to create a three-dimensional and cohesive visual world.
French armchair with detailed hand-carved wood frame and
double caned back. Intentional distressing throughout. Freshly upholstered in crisp French taupe linen with button tufting and hand-applied antique iron naiheads. Seat, 17.4"H. Paint loss.
Pair of large-scale Danish armchairs, circa 1860s, solid,
very comfortable spoon splat backs, newer leather restored seats, brass nailheads, hand carved tapered feet on cabriole legs. True colors run less red, more brown tones than pictured.
Midcentury French Provençal highboy dresser featuring scrolled wood
trim on drawers with swirled burl-wood finish. Original hardware, hand-carved florals at corner tops and elegant cabriole legs. Light wear, 1/4" nick on top back edge, circular handle mark.