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     Guissepe Biunno began his career as a furniture artisan in 1908 upon arrival to the U.S. from Naples, Italy. Working for and becoming a foreman at the then prestigious New York Galleries, in 1950 he was joined by his youngest son Joseph, then 22 years old. Upon his father's retirement, Joseph began his own business in Manhattan. In 1973 his oldest son, not surprisingly named Joseph, began his apprenticeship with his father. It was in 1985, with the unfortunate early passing of his father that Joseph Biunno began an expansion of the company, continuing the family tradition of excellence.

      Joseph has considerably expanded the company to a diversified workroom fabricating high-end reproductions, custom drapery hardware, custom legs, and Antique locks and keys. Upholding the company's longstanding reputation, experienced artisans in carving, cabinetmaking, turning, gilding, polishing, painting, and metal work take pride in being part of the Biunno family tradition.

      To experience the full meaning of quality craftsmanship, we invite you to visit our office, showroom, and workroom in our 10,000 square foot loft in midtown Manhattan.

     On any given day in the metal shop you may find meticulous craftspeople repairing a treasured Empire chandelier. A few feet away in the woodworking section, our cabinetmakers may be preparing a set of 16 reproduction Louis XVI dining chairs for the carvers. In the finishing area someone may be French polishing a Chippendale dining table or gilding a hand carved valance. It is always astonishing to think that all of this true craftsmanship can still be found in the heart of New York City.