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Since 2000, New Mission Workshop has been striving to bring high-quality wood furniture, clocks, lectern, urns and other pieces to market. I chose the name "New Mission" for two reasons: I liked the style of the old, traditional mission style furniture, but wanted to lighten it up some for todays standards - in terms of color and feel. Second, I started the shop when Kodak moved my job to another state, ergo, my new mission in life, to create great wood products.

I'm Patrick Ashley, the propelling force behind it all, with a passion for new designs and a constant honing of the woodworking craft. I enjoy making items that are both useful and beautiful.

Located in Rochester, New York, New Mission Workshop pieces are American made, using lumber from a local sawyer. I want my pieces to be something you can be proud of in your…

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  • Born on March 17
  • Joined December 29, 2008

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Oak, Paduak, Cherry

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About

Since 2000, New Mission Workshop has been striving to bring high-quality wood furniture, clocks, lectern, urns and other pieces to market. I chose the name "New Mission" for two reasons: I liked the style of the old, traditional mission style furniture, but wanted to lighten it up some for todays standards - in terms of color and feel. Second, I started the shop when Kodak moved my job to another state, ergo, my new mission in life, to create great wood products.

I'm Patrick Ashley, the propelling force behind it all, with a passion for new designs and a constant honing of the woodworking craft. I enjoy making items that are both useful and beautiful.

Located in Rochester, New York, New Mission Workshop pieces are American made, using lumber from a local sawyer. I want my pieces to be something you can be proud of in your home, and hopefully you'll develop a desire to buy more from craftspeople like myself.

I pride myself on my work; I don't feel right about shipping out a piece that isn't as good as it could possibly be. I want you to be wowed by my work as well - it's a big part of the reward of my profession!

My email address is pashley [!at] yahoo.com

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