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252 West Market St
Nappanee, IN 46550
In the 1840's, Nappanee welcomed the first Borkholders to town. They, like many other Amish, bought land and began to farm. In time, a variety of trades grew and prospered, and Nappanee soon earned a reputation for being a woodworking town.
By using time tested building techniques, like tongue and groove glue joints, the value of the furniture is greatly increased and a strong bond of boards is created. Drawers are constructed with 3/4" material of the same kind of wood and dovetailed front and back, which is very rarely seen in the market today. Backs on some furniture are ship lap and are made using full 3/4" boards of the same wood as the rest of the piece.
This, along with the other building techniques, sets this furniture up to become a valuable heirloom that will be treasured by family for many years.