ULLAPOOL WOODTURNING CENTRE.

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Here are a selection of works by

Peter McDermid.

1, a skeleton clock.

2, a small lidded box.

3, a shallow plate.

4, a selection of candlesticks.

5, an egg timer.

6, a lidded box in two different woods.

7, a lighthouse, again in a variety of woods.

8, a sample of his pyrography skills.

9, a selection of mushrooms.

10, a lacquered bowl.

11, eggs on an egg stand.

 

We supplied most of the materials.

Pictures via customers disc.

All items made by Peter McDermid.

Pictures by Peter McDermid.

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Text Box: Do keep sending us your pictures, if we receive them we will publish them.
Text Box: Thanks go out to all of you who took the time to take and send us your pictures.

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Above, some miniature bird houses.

Left to right, Cherry, Willow & Sycamore, bases are Maple.

Size, (houses) 100mm high x 40mm in diameter.

(bases) 80mm in diameter x 30mm high.

We supplied all the woods.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Turnings and picture by John Bryce.

Above, a table lamp.

Made in Goncalo Alves.

Shade, is hand made stained glass.

Size, overall height is 375mm, stem 200mm x 4omm,

Base, 135mm in diameter x 25mm thick.

Shade, measures 200mm in diameter x 135mm high.

Stained glass fully soldered inside and out.

We supplied the wood.

Picture by Alec Mutch.

Turnings and shade by Ron Smith.

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Above and below, two pictures of the same box.

Made in African Padauk.

Inlaid with stone chippings & brass.

Size,175mm in diameter x 70mm high.

We supplied the wood.

Pictures via customers e-mail.

Turning and pictures by Nick Duffill, Isle of Skye.

Above, below & below left, 4 pictures of work by Robin Clark. From Hawaii.

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(1A) A collection of bowls & platters, some with natural edges, these have been made from, Camphor, Koa, Milo, Monkeypod, Norfolk Pine, Lychee, Longon, Avocado & Black Wattle.

 

(2A) A view of 5 Norfolk Pine bowls.

 

(3A) 2 Norfolk Pine bowls, the larger of the two measured approx 300mm in diameter, whilst the smaller of the two was a core taken from the larger bowl.

 

(4A) 4 bowls and platters, (left) a Koa platter measuring approx 300mm in diameter.

Remaining 3 are all made from Norfolk Pine.

 

All the pictures were received by e-mail

Turnings by Robin Clark.

Pictures by Robin & Mary Clark.

 

Robin and his wife Mary visited our centre in early May 09 whilst on holiday from Hawaii.

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Above, a small box with an interesting lid!

Made in African Padauk.

The lid adorns a silver coloured metal fairy which

forms part of the design, and can be used to open the box.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Turning and fairy idea by Clem Ansell.

Picture by Clem Ansell.

Above, a pair of salt and pepper mills.

Made in Goncalo Alves.

We supplied the timber, and the mechanisms.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Turnings by Michael Howarth.

Picture by Michael Howarth.

Above, two wooden pens.

Made in (L) Purpleheart, (R) Ebony.

We supplied the timber.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Turnings by Michael Howarth.

Picture by Michael Howarth.

Above, a wooden rugby ball.

Made as a trophy from Maple.

We supplied the timber.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Turned by Philip Hingley.

Picture by Philip Hingley.

Above, a small wine table.

Made from Spalted Beech & Elm, with a glass top.

Size, 525mm high x 300mm diameter top.

The base is made from Elm & Spalted Beech laminated together.

We supplied the timber.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Turning by Ray Bainbridge.

Picture by Ray Bainbridge.

Above a bowl and some wooden fruit.

Made from, bowl, Elm inlaid with brass and walnut,

Fruit in the bowl, Burr Walnut, Padauk, Purpleheart,

Single fruit, Holly.

Size, bowl, 200mm x50mm, fruits, approx 6070mm.

We supplied all the timbers except the Walnut.

Picture via customers e-mail.

Turnings by Nick Duffill, Isle of Skye.

Picture by Nick Duffill.

 

Nick informs us that the piece of Elm used to make the bowl came out of our seconds box.