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Here are some examples of the sort of things I make. I you are interested in a specific type of item please contact me and I'll send pictures of current stock and prices:


Cup & Saucer in Burr Elm

This unique piece has been turned leaving some of the original edge of the burr intact creating an unusual ‘broken’ effect.(ref 09038)





Burr Elm Bowl

At just over 12" in diameter, this unusual piece has been turned leaving the original edge of the burr intact as the rim of the bowl.(ref 0816)





'Square Log' bowl in yew 6"diameter. (ref 0805)





'Square Log' bowl in Laburnum 6" diameter





'Toadstool 9" high x 6" diameter (ref 0808)





'Log' bowls in yew (ref 0809)





Burr Oak bowl

The natural voids in this have been filled with brass.(ref 0810)





Burr Elm Bowl

At just over 10" in diameter, this unusual piece has been turned leaving the original edge of the burr intact as the rim of the bowl.(ref 0801)





Natural Edge Burr Oak Bowl

This unusual piece has been turned so that original edge of the burr forms the rim of the bowl and is therefore an irregular shape. This piece is roughly 16" diameter.(ref 0803)





Bowl in Yew

. This highly figured piece is roughly 8" diameter. (ref 0811)





Hollow Vessel

This vessel in burr elm has been hollowed out through the small hole in the top. For details of this technique have a look at the 'Technical Section' from the link below.(ref 0802)





Bowl in Rippled Ash

At just over 15" in diameter, is a beautiful example of the rare rippled olive ash (ref 0813)





Laburnum Bowl

. This piece is roughly 6" diameter





Natural Edge Burr Oak Bowl

. This piece is roughly 10" diameter x 5" deep. (ref 003)





A Toadstool in Burr Oak and Beech

. This has been turned from the centre of the previous bowl- see "A Bowl is Born for details of this technique. (ref 0819)





Burr Elm Bowl

This unusual piece has been turned so that original edge of the burr forms the rim of the bowl and is therefore an irregular shape. This piece is roughly 15" diameter. (ref 13034)





Burr Elm Vessel

At just over 13" in diameter, This vessel in burr elm has been hollowed out through the small hole in the top.
Because it is being cut from 'inside', the indentations in the original surface of the burr become holes.
For details of this technique have a look at the 'Technical Section' from the link below (ref 13055).





Burr Elm Vessel

I enjoy making these as it is a very exacting (and sometimes scary) process- here is another example.
(ref 09137)





Burr Elm Bowl

A beautifully figured, more traditional bowl, almost 14" diameter. (ref 0817)





Platter in Spalted Beech

A heavily spalted beech platter about 18" diameter (ref 11016)
For details of what spalting is, have a look at the 'Technical Section' from the link below.





Banquet Platter

A really large platter ~23" diameter~in Ceder (ref 0814)





Bowl in Yew

Yew is a remarkable wood characterised by many bark inclusions and faults. This example is about 12" diameter. (ref 0815)





Toadstool in Burr Elm and Beech~ 4" diameter. (ref 0819)





Wide rim bowl in beautiful Oak Burr; 10" diameter. (ref 13073))





"Formal cup & saucer" in elm burr. (ref 13673)





Toadstool in Burr Elm and Ash~ 4" diameter. (ref 13023)





Natural Edge cup & saucer- Elm Burr. (ref 13674)





Wide rim bowl in Burr Elm~ 13" diameter. (ref 13071)





Toadstool in Burr Elm and Beech~ 4" diameter. (ref 13022)





Bowl in Burr Oak 13" diameter. (ref 0804)





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