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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.

Gippsland Blackwood Table.
Blackwood dining chairs.
Blackwood veneer King Size bed
Blackwood Vanity & shaving cupboard.
Workbench.

Emily, age 7. With her Veneer art she made with the guidance of her dad, Christopher.

Grazing platters. 

Blackwood chairs. Australian Made Warwick fabric. Made by Christopher. Available to order.



Bathroom vanities, custom sizes available.




We look forward to opening our showroom very soon, stay up to date with all details 

We look forward to Farm World 2018!


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