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A small plant stand / side table  made in beech, picture via customer e-mail.

Chess table, made in mahogany and maple, picture via scanned customer photograph.

Walking stick, made by our customer.

We supplied the hazel shank.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

House sign, made in yew.

Picture via customer e-mail.

Mantle clock, made in walnut,

Size approx, 230mm x 230mm.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Room divider, made in ash,

We  part assembled the side panels, customer then fitted the remainder.

Picture via customer e-mail.

 

A pair of church sconces, made in elm and standing some 900mm high.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Garden sculpture, made in Douglas Fir, they measured 750mm, 600mm & 450mm, all with a diameter of 100mm.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Kitchen table, made in pine, we were commissioned to turn the legs on behalf of our customer, he then made the table.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Pigeon  Loft, made in chestnut.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Fire Place surround, made in African Padauk,

Size approx, 1500mm x 1500mm.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Round kitchen table, made in oak.

Size approx 30” diameter, (750mm).

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Plate shelf, made in lime with the front edge left natural.

Size,48” long (1200mm) x 8” wide (200mm).

A groove was cut into the shelf to hold the plates.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Fire place surround, made in spalted beech.

Size approx,1500mm high x 1300mm wide.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Display cabinet, made in beech, with two sliding glass doors.

Size approx, 900mm x 600mm with a shelf depth of 100mm.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Jewellery stand, made in beech.

Size approx, 200mm x 100mm, capable of hanging 15 pairs of ear rings.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Wooden mushrooms, (left) ash 330mm tall.

(middle) apple 200mm tall, & (right) birch 375mm tall.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

A highly figured ash plate, this was turned by one of our regular and valued customers, who kindly sent us the picture. We supplied the blank.

Picture via customer e-mail.

Picture and turning by Charles Sutherland.

Text Box: Do keep sending us your pictures, if we receive them we will publish them.

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Left and right

Both pictures were sent to us by e-mail from 

Mr M Rowlands

Weston-Super-Mare.

A new customer

For us.

Above a large Sycamore  bowl.

Picture and turning by Mike Rowlands.

                                Above, a selection of work by Mike Rowlands

What makes this all the more remarkable is that Mr Rowlands only took up woodturning in February of this year, 2007. This shows what can be done in such a short space of time.

Picture and turnings by Mike Rowlands.

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Left, another picture sent to us via e-mail from Mike Rowlands. July 2007.

This time it’s a small trinket box made from a Banksia nut, (nut supplied  by us), this project was featured in the August 07 issue of the Woodturning magazine.  This picture shows that no matter how experienced you are as a turner, a project such as this, which was featured in a magazine can and has been done by a relative new comer to our craft, to great effect. Surely this must give all you budding woodturners out there great encouragement to tackle any project featured in any of the magazines.

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Text Box: Thanks go out to all of you who took the time to take and send us your pictures.

Picture and turning by Mike Rowlands

Above, a complete salad service, made from local birch, consisting of a large salad bowl, measuring approx 330 mm in diameter x by 70mm deep, 6 small salad bowls each measuring 150 mm in diameter x 70 mm deep, also 2 birch salad servers, we supplied all the blanks.

Picture via scanned customer photograph.

Picture and turnings by John Wain.

 

Above, another picture from Mike Rowlands,

This time it’s a spalted  Sycamore bowl.

Size 250mm dia x 100mm deep.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Picture and turning by Mike Rowlands

Above, a variation on the Banksia Nut box featured above left.

This one has been made with an inlaid top to the lid in Banksia, the remainder of the lid and internal lining being Sycamore.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Picture and turning by Mike Rowlands.

Above, a clock made by one of our mature students.

Made from Mahogany and using a clock insert, this has been achieved with only a few weeks of practice since taking up woodturning earlier this year, 2007.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Picture and turning by John Graham.

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Above, three walking sticks,  made by Tony Sidebottom, we supplied the blanks for the heads, left, Spalted beech, middle, Sycamore and right, Elm.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Picture and carvings by Tony Sidebottom.

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