Thursday, 3 April 2014

Brown Oak hollow form

I have recently been accused of only putting up pics of students that come to my workshop.That is probably true as I have been so busy teaching that I have not had a lot of time to produce any new work.
Today I have made a hollow form just to let you all know that I have not forgotten how to to do it
This H/F is 150 mm high by 120 mm wide turned from some brown Oak that one of my students gave me.Finished with Chestnut Acrylic satin laquar and buffed.



5 comments:

  1. A lovely form and finish George. I would love to turn some of this wood. :-)

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  2. I will bring you on a piece when I see you at Yandle's show

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  3. Thanks for that, I know a good few customers that would love a form turned out of this wood.

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  4. GeorgeLove the colour of the timber in this form not sure if it needs to be so shiny it might be distracting but hey ho horses and all that.Where can I see some of your work I may be interested in buying an item like this one.
    Thomas Piane.Haverhill.

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  5. Thank you Thomas I am pleased you like it.
    It is not quite this shiny when you see it in the flesh.I have a small Gallery of work here in Burnham on Sea Or the outlets listed on my Website

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