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‘Howar’ ceremonial pot

‘Howar’ ceremonial pot

 A lidded pot turned from elm, with burr and natural edge. The pot has been carved, ebonized and stained with red to give it an aged look. The inside of the bowl has been left natural showing the grain and burr of the elm. The lid finial is turned from Tagua nut...
Inspired by ‘Neolithic’ Unstan ware pottery

Inspired by ‘Neolithic’ Unstan ware pottery

A bowl turned from Orkney sycamore and decorated in Neolithic Unstan ware style. Neolithic pottery and stone carvings have been a great inspiration to Michael and his range of pieces inspired by these finds has developed and expanded. As well as decorating this bowl...
Elm Yarn bowl

Elm Yarn bowl

A Yarn bowl turned from Elm. This was a commission piece and the second yarn bowl Michael has made. Last year he made a double hook oak bowl for a customer in Canada. It worked really well and she is more than happy with it, so when asked to do a single one he agreed....
Hand threaded ‘potion pot’

Hand threaded ‘potion pot’

A little ‘potion pot’. Michael quite often turns these little threaded pots from either exotic woods or stabilised hard woods. They vary in shapes and sizes, but are always hand threaded.  This one is made from Blackwood with a Tagua nut lid. Once finished...