A swamp kauri vase 140 mm high. Finished with wax
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A set of woodturned and marbled beads finished with lacquer. The larger beads are 25 mm diameter and of various woods; the smaller beads are holly.
A piece of rimu which once provided food for birds, now to carry nuts, 110 mm diameter, with marbling on the rim and all finished with lacquer.
A lightweight chestnut platter. 330 mm diameter. Finished with lacquer.
A trio of spalted taraire condiment pots. Each one is 140 mm high. The lids are fitted with a four start thread for ease of access. No finish on the inside, wax on the outside.
A marbled hollow form 90 mm high made from yunnan poplar. Finished with lacquer.
A shawl pin of kauri, 70 mm diameter, and a round pendant, 50 mm diameter, both marbled on one side and finished with lacquer.
A holly hollow form with panels of marbling. 270mm high with a lacquer finish.
A natural-edge bowl of European beech. 190 mm diameter. Finish is lacquer.
A spalted taraire bowl 300 mm diameter. Finished with wax.
A piece of tawa, 190 mm high, with panels of marbling. Finished with lacquer.
A set of kauri shawl pin, 70 mm diameter, and silky oak triangular pendant, 65 mm long. Both marbled on one side with the grain of the timber as decoration of the other side. Finished with lacquer.
A 50 mm diameter pendant of unknown wood. Marbled on one side only and finished with lacquer.
A burl of unknown origins, 230 mm long, turned on two centres and the the lumps smoothed out. Finished with lacquer.
A nut bowl of yunnan poplar, 110 mm diameter, with a marbled rim and lacquer finish.
This Commissionaire style box is adapted from a Chris Stott design. Here made from olive wood, possibly a tree planted by Logan Campbell in 1880, 140 mm high, finished with wax.
This kahikatea dish, 170 mm diameter, has just grown from being a plate to a bowl with a marbled rim and all finished with lacquer.
Pohutukawa with panels of marbling to pretty it a little. 190 mm high and finished with lacquer.