Time invested in the refinement of shape and surface and edge pays out in light and shadow, and in value read by the fingers.
Our sculptural elements distinguish "handmade" from "machine made." These aren't terms with tight and narrow definitions.
The bevel formed on the bottom of our Wilson and Williams chair seats lightens the edges (making the seats visually thinner to the front). This bevel serves unseen, but when you reach around the seat another sense is quickened. We have seen dozens and dozens of people smile and pet this little change in angle of surface.