Photo: Bob Howard
What goes on in the shop, dictates the quality of product.  Craftsmanship comes from knowing how things are constructed, be able to build them to the customers specifications and then see that only the finest materials find their way into your product.  In Europe during the Middle Ages artisans usually organized themselves into what were known as  guilds. Guilds were associations of master artisans that were granted charters by the local sovereign authority.  The guilds may be gone, but at Cherry Mountain Cabinet, the workmanship derived from experience lives on. Still, to work for Cherry Mountain Cabinets, you still must apprentice under Ed Green's first.