Adam Bragg

Adam Bragg first started woodworking from a young age, and has always had a passion for working with his hands.  At age 13, he inherited his Grandfather's lathe and began making small turnings.  This gave him the inspiration to pursue this craft as a possible career. 

After acquiring A-Levels in Product Design, Art and Business Studies in school, Adam, along with only 24 students from across the world, was accepted to study at the renowned Chippendale International School of Furniture - where he studied furniture design and restoration under the watchful eye of Anselm Fraser.  

Soon after graduating in 2016, Adam set up his own furniture making and restoration business in his home town of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. 

As well as bespoke furniture making and antique restoration, Adam specialises in the refurbishment of gunstocks - an almost forgotten trade.

Music is another great passion of Adam's and he has expressed this by making, by hand, a range of electric guitars for clients across the world. 

Adam's work has already been featured in several magazines and articles, such as Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine, Antique Restoration News and The Suffolk Magazine.

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