All Various

This category holds all the items that don’t fit anywhere else.

Fruit
Fruit

I make wooden fruit from interesting pieces of wood, often spalted beech, but anything providing an interesting end product will be used. At the moment I have primarily apples and pears, but most fruit can be made, and prices will vary dependi [...]

Light pulls
Light pulls

These light pulls are made from a variety of exotic hardwoods or acrylic resin pen blanks. They are all finished with a 10ct gold plated metal kit, with a screw cap for an easy fitting of the required pull cord (can be supplied as part of the [...]

Simple bottle stoppers
Simple bottle stoppers

These bottle stoppers are made from a wide variety of woods, and are all fitted with a silicone cone with several grooves, to provide a good grip and seal on the bottles they are put on. Many of them are decorated with burn lines, and most of [...]

Eggs
Eggs

Usually I make these eggs from leftover pieces of wood, and in consequence they come in a wide variety of different timbers. I try to stick more or less to the shape and size of a normal chicken egg (although some are a little large and could [...]

Cork screws
Cork screws

These are part of my range of utility products. What you see here is made from laburnum and black walnut, but essentially they can be made from any wood. The screw itself is glued into the main body, which will be OK for most bottles of wine, [...]

Keyrings
Keyrings

Making larger pieces always generates cutoffs. Instead of throwing them away, I collect the larger ones and make them into a variety of useful small items. Here we have a collection of keyrings. The metal parts are all gold plated, and the woo [...]

Bottle Stoppers
Bottle Stoppers

Here's a range of bottle stoppers, just to provide some ideas of what can be done. Woods used in these are ash, oak, sycamore, laburnum, cherry, plum, padauk, mahonia, purpleheart and panga-panga. Only two of them had any colour applied, and m [...]

Tazza
Tazza

Serve your sweets on a tazza like this, and most people will not even look at the sugary bits. All they want to do is hold the tazza and ask you where you got it from. A truly one-off show piece for your cream tea table or after dinner. Classi [...]

Natural edge box
Natural edge box

This little box can be used as a keepsake or for any other purpose you like. The body and the finial are from laburnum, and the lid is laminated from three different types of wood (indian maple in the centre, 2 strips of plum and the sides fro [...]

Where’s the honey, honey?
Where’s the honey, honey?

This honey dipper won me my first prize in a competition. Made from hard indian maple, with laminated mahonia and african blackwood for the bee body, finished with wax and polished to a soft gloss, it is far too beautiful to stick it in a hone [...]