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  1. Carved Antler Cane

    The handle is carved from a white tailed deer antler tine, and then stained with coffee. The handle is held in place by a dowel drilled in from the front , this dowel also holds the front walnut cap in place. The maple wedge forces the top of the walnut cane shaft to fit tightly in the hole thru...
  2. Found Wood Spruce + Antler Cane

    This found wood cane uses spruce [no insects this time] with the outer bark removed down to the inner bark. I gentily warmed the bark to raise the sap in beads on the surface. Then with a rubber glove rubbed the sap onto the surface . I'd like to think this adds to the colour but I could just be...
  3. Fancy Cane #2

    A second go at turning and shaping a cane. The top 1/3 of the shaft and the handle where hand shaped ,the bottom of the shaft was turned. The walnut shaft is part of a garage sale find , I have only 2 pieces left now [rats]. I chose lace wood for the handle for it's dark colour to match the...
  4. Diamond Willow / Antler Cane #7

    Materials --------- Handle - Elk Antler Wood Caps on Antler Handle - Apple Tree Wood [back yard find] Wedge - Lignum vitae Shaft - Diamond Willow Satin Poly Finish Thank You for your interest. -Everyday above ground is a good day.
  5. Berry Picking Stick W/ Antler + Diamond Willow

    Well have you ever been out picking Saskatoons berries or the like , and found a cluster of berries up high on a branch just out of reach ? You could make yourself a hiking stick along these these lines , that has a built in hook. Just take that hook and reach up and hook that branch, and bring...
  6. Diamond Willow and Antler Tee Handle cane # 4

    This cane was a commission for a 94 year old , young lady . Its quite light weight with a slender handle. SOLD Materials Wood - Diamond Willow Handle - White Tailed Deer Antler + Black Walnut Finish - Satin Poly Thank you for your interest.
  7. Antler Handle Knife

    I been wanting to have a try at mounting an antler handle to a knife blade for some time now. The 'WOOD' part of this project is the ironwood bolster with a leather washer spacer. The ironwood is recycled from a poorly done duck carving found in a garage sale. The hole for the landyard is lined...
  8. Tee Handle Antler/Spruce Cane

    Found wood presents a challenge to use in projects. Deciding how to use what nature has provided, and whether or not to change or alter what you have found. A dead spruce tree supplied the wood shaft for this cane. Here on the praires, farmers often plant evergreens [spruce,pine trees] around...
  9. Diamond Willow / Antler Cane 5

    Customer bought in 2 rough pieces of unfinished diamond willow that had been kept in their family for roughly 30+ years. The willow was cut by his father, now deceased. He wanted to have 2 canes made, one for him self and wished to present the other to his brother. This was the straighter of the...
  10. Diamond Willow / Antler Cane 6

    This cane was commissioned as a x-mas gift for a lady, and the cane will be traveling to Korea to meet her. The handle was made slightly smaller to fit a female hand. Materials Handle - Whited Deer Antler Wood Caps on Antler - Chilean Honey Wood Shaft - Diamond Willow Bottom - Brass Cane Tip +...
  11. Chilean Honey Wood Cane

    Materials Handle - Whited Deer Antler Wood Caps on Antler - Chilean Honey Wood Cow Horn Washer on the end of the handle Shaft - Diamond Willow Bottom - ' Lee Valley ' Brass Cane Tip Gloss Mini-wax Finish Thank You for your interest.
  12. Birch/Antler Cane

    Shaft is paper bark birch with a white tailed deer antler handle. The spacer is made from caragana. I wish I could find more antler with such a graceful arch , oh well. It is tough to find a piece of antler and a piece of wood that is the same size, thus the spacer . The birch came from a...
  13. White Tailed Deer Wildlife Scene Mountains Forest

    White Tailed Deer is made of Oak. The picture can be taken off the stand and the brass pins removed, with ease, and hung on the wall. So it is versatile for where ever you would like to display it. It is made of 5/8" oak and has some bark still on the edges. The base is approximately 5 1/2"x 11...
  14. Crab Apple hiker

    This hiking stick was made from a back yard trimmed crab apple branch. The handle is made with two white tailed deer brow tines stacked on ready rod [threaded rod] along with walnut . Leather spacers seperate the pieces. You can grip this handle loosely and the two brow tines pervent your hand...
  15. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey guys, I am hunting down a very specific band saw that I don't believe is in production any more, but in order to find it I need to know if it even exists and how long it has been out of production. I am looking for a bandsaw that takes an 82" blade, I am under the impression that it is was...
  16. Wood & Lumber
    Hi, what few wood species would you suggest is the best for a chopping board, and least likely to warp as well!?
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