This is the other half of the plum wood, a rough turned bowl see the previous news. The sapwood and heartwood create together a unique texture. Unfortunately the pith is partly damaged but I have a few dry plum centers
This is the final look of the bowl I have showed in the video see Home. This method is time consuming but it gives the bowl an interesting look and a pleasant feel. Wood should be perfectly sanded and several
This bowl was showed in News at the beginning of December when oiling had begun. It is also found in Gallery. It is interesting as it has a “scar” across grains. I like the colours and texture but the real experience is the touch.
This wood comes from a huge poplar tree with the diameter of 120 cm. The cross section wood looked beautiful and when I was putting this little piece into the car it was already dark so I did not see (...)
Plum trees tend to rot from the center from certain age so I decided to utilize the outer healthy wood. I have started making plum tubes. This one is 39 cm long and 11-12 cm in outer diameter. A diameter
An interesting walnut bowl with a knot which sits firmly in the wood and whose subtle imperfections I have fixed with walnut saw dust. Another interesting thing is that the center did not crack, just (...)