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Firelands Media Group LLC

16759 West Park Circle Drive

Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023

United States

Company Description

Firelands Media Group LLC is a limited liability company organized and registered in the State of Ohio. It is privately held and is primarily interested in the publishing industry. We publish Early American Life magazine as well as provide support service ... more

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Education

Master Furniture Maker

degree

physics

degree

physics

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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DENNIS BORK

Dennis Bork specializes in late 17th, 18th and early 19th century furniture using traditional methods. Traditional tools are used whether they are old or reproductions made by Dennis. More emphasis is placed on using hand tools rather than power tools. Some pieces are made entirely using only hand tools. Bork's finished pieces are incredibly detailed with complex turnings, delicate latticework, beautiful rosettes and all hand applied finishes. Regular customers also know to look for Bork's signature hidden drawers. Hidden drawers and compartments were found in antique pieces and Bork likes the challenge of finding places to but these hidden drawers and compartments so that his customers cannot find them.
Bork was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Growing up, his father was a wood patternmaker so woodworking was an early interest and important part of his life. Bork attended UW-Milwaukee, received a degree in physics, and worked for three years in research. His love for woodworking continued so he completed a five-year apprenticeship as a wood patternmaker and worked in this trade for 12 years.
In 1985, he started a business making period furniture. Today, Dennis and his wife CeCe work together running Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd. In Delafield, WI.
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DENNIS BORK

Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd.
Dennis Bork specializes in late 17th, 18th and early 19th century furniture using traditional methods. Traditional tools are used whether they are old or reproductions made by Dennis. More emphasis is placed on using hand tools rather than power tools. Some pieces are made entirely using only hand tools. Bork's finished pieces are incredibly detailed with complex turnings, delicate latticework, beautiful rosettes and all hand applied finishes. Regular customers also know to look for Bork's signature hidden drawers. Hidden drawers and compartments were found in antique pieces and Bork likes the challenge of finding places to but these hidden drawers and compartments so that his customers cannot find them.
Bork was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Growing up, his father was a wood patternmaker so woodworking was an early interest and important part of his life. Bork attended UW-Milwaukee, received a degree in physics, and worked for three years in research. His love for woodworking continued so he completed a five-year apprenticeship as a wood patternmaker and worked in this trade for 12 years.
In 1985, he started a business making period furniture. Today, Dennis and his wife CeCe work together running Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd. In Delafield, WI.
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DENNIS BORK

Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd.
Dennis Bork specializes in late 17th, 18th and early 19th century furniture using traditional methods. Traditional tools are used whether they are old or reproductions made by Dennis. More emphasis is placed on using hand tools rather than power tools. Some pieces are made entirely using only hand tools. Bork's finished pieces are incredibly detailed with complex turnings, delicate latticework, beautiful rosettes and all hand applied finishes. Regular customers also know to look for Bork's signature hidden drawers. Hidden drawers and compartments were found in antique pieces and Bork likes the challenge of finding places to but these hidden drawers and compartments so that his customers cannot find them.
Bork was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Growing up, his father was a wood patternmaker so woodworking was an early interest and important part of his life. Bork attended UW-Milwaukee, received a degree in physics, and worked for three years in research. His love for woodworking continued so he completed a five-year apprenticeship as a wood patternmaker and worked in this trade for 12 years.
In 1985, he started a business making period furniture. Today, Dennis and his wife CeCe work together running Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd. In Delafield, WI.
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DENNIS BORK

Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd.
Dennis Bork specializes in late 17th, 18th and early 19th century furniture using traditional methods. Traditional tools are used whether they are old or reproductions made by Dennis. More emphasis is placed on using hand tools rather than power tools. Some pieces are made entirely using only hand tools. Bork's finished pieces are incredibly detailed with complex turnings, delicate latticework, beautiful rosettes and all hand applied finishes. Regular customers also know to look for Bork's signature hidden drawers. Hidden drawers and compartments were found in antique pieces and Bork likes the challenge of finding places to but these hidden drawers and compartments so that his customers cannot find them.
Bork was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Growing up, his father was a wood patternmaker so woodworking was an early interest and important part of his life. Bork attended UW-Milwaukee, received a degree in physics, and worked for three years in research. His love for woodworking continued so he completed a five-year apprenticeship as a wood patternmaker and worked in this trade for 12 years.
In 1985, he started a business making period furniture. Today, Dennis and his wife CeCe work together running Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd. In Delafield, WI.
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