Jeff Segal Cabinetmaker - Handmade furniture in the Arts and Crafts tradition


Jeff Segal Cabinetmaker - engraved logo


  • Sawmilling and hardwood sales

  • Recycling felled and fallen trees in and around London, using a mobile sawmill to cut them into boards and air-drying the timber for sale.

  • Current and forthcoming exhibitions

  • Glasgow Style: Arts & Crafts from 1890-1930. Showcasing Glasgow's leading makers from this period, among them Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House, Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria, 25th July-31st December 2014.
  • Anarchy and Beauty: William Morris and his Legacy. Featuring original furniture and textiles designed and owned by Morris as well as the work of his contemporaries. National Portrait Gallery, London, 16th October 2014-11th January 2015.
  • The Barnsley Workshop. Furniture illustrating the development of Edward Barnsley’s design style. Bedales Arts, Petersfield, Hampshire, 10th November-6th December 2014.

  • Hand tool makers

  • Philly Planes. Traditional wooden planes hand-made by Phil Edwards in Dorset.
  • Forge de Saint Juery. Cabinetmakers' rasps and other shaping tools hand-made by Michel Auriou and his team near Albi in southwest France.
  • Adria Toolworks Inc. Dovetail and tenon saws made in Vancouver, Canada, by Eddie Sirotich.
  • Veritas Tools Inc. Cleverly designed Canadian-made tools, including a fine range of planes.
  • Robert Sorby. Sheffield-made chisels from a famous toolmaking family.

  • Woodland and conservation organisations

  • The Woodland Trust. The UK's leading woodland conservation charity, campaigning to protect ancient woods and increase native woodland cover.
  • Conservation International. Working to preserve biodiversity and save tropical forests like Makira in Madagascar.