As is tradition, our freshly qualified journeymen present their journeyman pieces.
Dominik Eiler has crafted a couch table made of oak and smoked oak, with an intricate stand and neat inlay work in the drawer.
Tim Stubbe presents his scythe storage cupboard made of ash heartwood, with mirrored graining on the doors and elegant recessed handles.
Anton Luc uses indirect lighting to showcase his bar cabinet made of elm, black MDF and stone, and featuring sophisticated doors with inbuilt storage space.
The works were exhibited in the entrance area of the Eham showroom.
The apprentices often feel the strain in the run-up to the submission deadline. We are therefore all the more pleased that Dominik, Tim and Anton managed to transform their individual designs into precision-crafted pieces.
“The three years of their apprenticeship passed quickly. After the first year of basic vocational training, they continued their learning in the joinery workshop. We thank our master craftsman Klaus for supporting his apprentices. We congratulate the three journeymen on their successful results.
Dominik will stay on in our installation team, and we look forward to continuing working with him. Tim will now combine his previous experience in social work with his newly acquired skills as a craftsman to work with disabled people at a local institution. Luc is returning to his home near Koblenz to work as a joiner there.
We thank them all for their hard work at Eham and wish them the very best for the future.