The Saint John's Bible Stand
While the original Saint John's Bible resides in Collegeville, various editions of the Saint John's Bible are available for purchase. To accommodate for viewing and storage of these sacred texts, Abbey Woodworking custom designed various displays and lectionaries for purchase. These stands put to use traditional joinery along with beauty of quarter-sawn Red Oak to create pieces that reflect the artistry and craftsmanship that is the Saint John's Bible.
Heritage Edition Displays
The seven-drawer cabinet is made of quarter-sawn red oak with Welsh oak and ebony accents, reflections of the Minnesota and Wales collaboration. The sweeping curves of the framework and hexagonal knobs are architectural references to Saint John’s Abbey’s famous Bauhaus church built in 1960 by Marcel Breuer. Leather-lined drawer bottoms have finger recesses to assist in easily removing the volumes.
A support cradle beneath a hinged glass top makes it possible to display a single volume for the long term. The viewing stand and cabinet can be dissembled in three pieces for ease of transport.
For mor information please see the catalogue, or contact us.
Trade Edition Stand
Designed for the Trade Edition of The Saint John's Bible, this stand utilizes many of design elements of the larger Heritage Edition Stand: Quarter Sawn Red Oak, Mortise and Tenon Joinery, and walnut accents. Built to protect and display your volumes of the The Saint John's Bible, it also reflects the artistry and craftsmanship that is the Saint John's Bible.