In the year 2000 I began doing tables in the style of Limbert. The Charles P. Limbert Company was in business in Grand Rapids Michigan from the late 1800's untill 1923. Many of its designs are highly typical of what was called Arts and Crafts furniture, but has also been known as Mission Style Furniture, Stickley Style Furniture, or Rustic Furniture. It is solid quatersawn white oak, and the joinery used is mortise and tennon. Most of my tables have tongue and groove and mortise and tennon joinery, I have to tell you folks that I am very proud to be doing these tables of which a few are origional designs, but most are my interpretations of Limbert's origional designs. When I say my interpretations the coffee table is a good example. The 1920's Limbert Company did not make coffee tables, but i adapted the design of the origional Limbert 164 Pagoda table by lowering the height to 18 inches, and then streching it out to 38" in length. The designs work nicely in todays homes, and are a progression of the origionals, don in the same style, and each one hand built as if they were going into my own living room.