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 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 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 spalted taraire bowl 300 mm diameter. Finished with wax.
A piece of tawa, 190 mm high, with panels of marbling. 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.
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.