Liberty Carvings began in 1993 with two goals: create beautiful furniture, and maintain fair and substantial employment for our craftspeople. Our beginnings were small, with only two woodworkers and a part-time administrator. Now, our clean and modern shop in Nicaragua has grown to employ as many as forty highly-skilled artisans, including wood turners, carpenters, and carvers. We value our employees and ensure that their abilities grow within the company.
After nearly a quarter-century of producing custom furniture for clients all around the world, we remain proud of our shop, workers, and administrative staff. We look forward to serving you.
At Liberty Carvings, the furniture we make is based on traditional designs, many of which have already withstood the test of time and continue to provide strong, handsome service to the families of their original owners. Our beds, tables, chests, frames, and ornamental pieces are constructed in such a way that they are sure to become family heirlooms in their own right.
We believe that the level of quality in our furniture is a true measure of sustainability. Our furniture pieces are durable and created to be passed down to future generations, thereby minimizing repeated furniture purchases and eliminating unnecessary accumulation of disposable furnishings.
We are proud of our products and our workforce; both of which we believe can help point the way toward a truly sustainable model for the future.
Our wood is supplied primarily from Nicaraguan sources. We purchase second-growth Honduran Mahogany, Spanish Cedar, and some lesser-utilized species, all of which are legally harvested in accordance with Nicaraguan environmental laws. Our stock is air-dried and kiln-dried to 6-8% moisture, which ensures its stability in a heated or air-conditioned atmosphere.