For this goblet, I used some new guinea rosewood from Anagote. I used my mini lathe from record power (Dml250). I sanded it to 12000 grit with some micromesh and finished it with some Kunos oil then some wax. It took about 1 day of work. I am very happy with my work because I have only been doing wood-turning for about 4 months and I am “underage” for most turning classes.
Made by Daniel
This is the hope chest that my student Nick recently completed using a stunning array of timber from Anagote. The box features hand cut dovetails and a resin inlay in a top with quarter sawn Silky Oak, hence the ray figure. The carcass is made using quarter sawn NG Rosewood with a “bees wing” figure. Inside the box is a set of Silver Ash trays which also has fiddle back figure and the Black Walnut pins were handmade. The trays are lined with orange leather also from a local supplier, John at Hide Leather. This project not only shows a high level of skill from a student but also showcases local Marrickville businesses. Thank you to the boys at Anagote for their help in directing me to such wonderful boards.
Stuart at Heartwood Creative Woodworking
Made by Stuart Faulkner at Heartwood Creative Woodworking
Made from black butt, NG Rosewood and Jarrah by Dean Laws at Buon Gusto Boards
Made by Dean Laws
Top: Sitka spruce
Back,sides, fretboard and bridge: Blackwood
Neck: New Guinea rosewood.
Made by Luke Leenders
New Guinea Rosewood. Finished with Satin Poly over Danish Oil
Made by Terry