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The Lost Trades Fair - 2019

Christopher is very proud to be showcasing his trade for the second year with The Lost Trades Fair 2019.

Over two days, the Kyneton Racecourse comes alive with lost and rare trades - Coopers, glass blowers, rope makers, blacksmiths, instrument makers, silversmiths, gunsmiths, toolmakers, chair makers, furniture makers and plenty more. Learn about skills with live demonstrations and have the  opportunity to purchase directly from these incredible makers. 




Where? Kyneton Racecourse, Campaspe Place, Kyneton Vic 3444. 
When? Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th March 2009.
Tickets? Book now

Tickets numbers for 2019 will be capped and tickets day specific.

More information: http://losttrades.info or Follow the Lost Trades on facebook: Lost Trades Australia





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Whiskey Cabinets

With his love of the wild grained timbers, teamed with all the facets of Whiskey, it was only time that Christopher combined his two passions together.




"The Vault" Whiskey Cabinet has been designed and constructed by Christopher, utilising Huon Pine salvaged by Hydrowood from Lake Pieman. Huon Pine trees are some of the oldest and rarest in the world, and grow exclusively in Tasmania.  Taking around 500 years to mature, it is incredible to note that this timber starting growing before Australia had been discovered and before the world's oldest Whiskey distillery Old Bushmills had been established in 1608.







Christopher utilised the stunning Tasmanian Blackwood from Hydrowood, that has spent the last 25 years under Tasmanian waters. The interior is fitted with Tasmanian Kangaroo leather and secured with a Tasmanian Jacksons Lock. 

You can read more about the incredible Hydrowood story here: hydrowood.com.au

Straight from the Workshop floor, this piece is the newest member…

The Lost Trades Fair.

Christopher is very proud to be joining for the first time, a talented group of Artisans at The Lost Trades Fair 2018. Held over 2 days at the Kyneton Racecourse, tickets are on sale now, and it is advised to purchase them prior to the event to avoid disappointment.
Read more about the The Lost Trades Fair & ticketing  here and their Facebook page here

About Christopher:


Christopher's passion in his trade has been a lifetime in the making.  From his younger years, he completed his apprenticeship in restoration with his family's Antique shop in Albury.  His appreciation for how pieces were constructed to how they lasted generations and then more so, the stories that surrounded that piece of furniture truly fascinated him.

Christopher Scott Furniture may no longer do restorations, but that core value is very much still alive.  He is incredibly passionate about building furniture that will be passed onto generations, have pride of place in homes and is something that cannot b…

The Melbourne Home Show - 2017

The Melbourne Home Show was held over four huge days at the MCEC.

Christopher was proud to be involved with the collaboration between Hydrowood and Whelan The Warehouse, creating an award winning stand for 2017.


This handcrafted Whiskey Cabinet has been designed and constructed by Christopher, utilising Huon Pine salvaged by Hydrowood from Lake Pieman.

Huon Pine trees are some of the oldest and rarest in the world, and grow exclusively in Tasmania.  Taking around 500 years to mature, it is incredible to note that this timber started growing before Australia had been discovered and before the world's oldest Whiskey distillery - Old Bushmills  had been established in 1608.


No detail has been left out, with the interior fitted with Tasmanian Kangaroo leather, smoked mirrors, a touch open door and the striking Huon Birdseye veneer.

This Whiskey cabinet is available for purchase, or Christopher can customise one to suit your needs.


The Blackwood Credenza, with Hydrowood's fiddleba…

The Vault - Whiskey Cabinet

The Vault, a premium Whiskey cabinet designed and made by Christopher Scott in his Gippsland workshop.

Christopher utilised the incredible Tasmanian Blackwood from Hydrowood, that has spent the last 25 years under Tasmanian waters.  The interior is fitted with Tasmanian Kangaroo leather & secured with a Tasmanian Jacksons Lock.


This piece is proudly on display for a limited time at the Design Tasmania - Lost & Found exhibition.




Christopher also recently debuted his lounge chair, constructed from Hydrowood celery top pine and finished in Australian Made Warwick fabric. This piece is available to view in our Longwarry showroom, please contact  us to make an appointment.





Stay up to date with Christopher's commissions on Facebook & Instagram



Farm World 2017

Celebrating it's 50th year at Lardner Park,  Farm World 2017 was an incredible four days showcasing Christopher Scott's furniture. From inside the BJ Bearings Pavilion we shared our passion for quality Australian made products.

This is such a snapshot of what can be created, please do not hesitate in contacting us to discuss your individual needs.

We thank you again for supporting us, we look forward to bringing your dream pieces to life.










We look forward to opening our showroom very soon, stay up to date with all details  Facebook Instagram
We look forward to Farm World 2018!
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The Hendrick

The Hendrick bed launched at Farmworld 2016, is available in all standard bed sizes, and timbers.  Pictured here as a King size, in stunning Blackwood fiddleback veneer, that Christopher recently handpicked from Tasmania.





The Hendrick, in a king size with a two panel bed head also in fiddleback Blackwood veneer.



A recent variation of the king size Hendrick bed, with no foot end and utilising BLUM soft close runners for two drawers on each side.


Christopher was awarded in The Australian Furniture Industry Awards, in 2015 for his Jindivick Bed, taking the trophy for "Residential Bedroom" Read more of his award here: Residential Bedroom


From our Gippsland Workshop, to your home, please contact us to bring your next dream piece to life.