Click on each kind of turning to see more pictures of that kind of work.
Natural Edge Work
Natural edge work is created by leaving some part
of the finished piece in its original state, usually the lip, but occasionally something else. Because each tree is
unique, no two natural edge pieces are ever the same.
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As much fun to play with as they are to make, spinning
tops offer a chance to experiment with chatterwork patterns and colors. Click on picture to see more.
Muggles beware! It is said that each kind of
wood has its own magical properties. Wave them and point at your own risk! Click on picture to see more.
These bottle stoppers will fit any wine, liquor, or
olive oil bottle. The rubber makes for an airtight seal. They are nickel plated, so they won't tarnish.
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Natural Edge Furniture
Old growth redwood burl makes the tabletop and base
of these coffee tables. Beautiful and unique. Click on picture to see more.
I make a wide range of boxes, from these
larger, jewelry boxes to more ornate boxes less than two inches in size, and everything in between. Click on
picture to see more.
These handmade pens are all made with Cross hardware,
and are plated in 24k gold. They are black ballpoint, and take Cross refills. Click on picture to enlarge.
Birdhouses make terrific Christmas tree ornaments,
and they also look great with a stand made from matching wood. Click on picture to see more.
Bowls have always been a woodturner's world.
From the entirely practical to the purely aesthetic, bowls offer a wide range of style. Click on picture to
It's fun and a challenge to see how small small can
get. These minis also allow the use of otherwise wasted offcuts of exotic wood. Click on picture
to see more.