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  1. Mountain Ash Walking Stick

    The found wood for this walking stick comes from a backyard mountian ash trimming. Often very usable wood is sitting close by but we don't always notice it. The handle is made from a elk antler , the first year elk grow straight antler , the antlers grow as 2 single spikes known locally as a '...
  2. Milking Stool

    Hi all, Here is a little three legged milking stool which is a gift for a friend for Christmas. The seat is Redgum and the legs are Mountain Ash. I used a Howards finish which brought up the Redgum beautifully. Although it doesn't look it in the pics the legs are set out at 8 degrees. Kind...
  3. Burl Coffee Table

    Hi all, I have a blog on this table if you would like a run down on the making and other info. It is a Murray River Redgum burl flattened and finished with satin marine one pack. The 3 legs are Redgum and Mountain Ash biscuited together and butted at the centre with a keyed join and they are...
  4. Blogs
    Flattening the burl Hi all My next project is another burl coffee table, this one is a beautiful Yellow Box (Eucalyptus melliodora) burl; the tree is widely distributed on the eastern plains and tablelands from western Victoria, New South Wales to south-central Queensland. I have decided to...
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