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  1. Zebrano Ring Box

    Because the work I do makes it dangerous to wear my ring all the time, I thought it appropriate that I use that work to make something to protect the ring while I can't be wearing it. I had some Zebrano and Wenge laying around after a job we did for the importer and it worked out great. The box...
  2. Recent Commissions

    Keychains in Bolivian Rosewood, Mesquite and Cherry woods. Chopsticks in Pau Amarello (yellowheart), Cherry and Honduran Mahogany. Desk name and business card holder in Zebrano (zebrawood) and Walnut. I use a Hegner scroll saw and lots of sandpaper. My font is a free-hand letter style that I...
  3. Exotic wood "Sampler" name keychains

    This is a great way to show off all those exotic scraps you've been saving. BECKY is Amboyna Burl, Pau Amarello, Purpleheart, Zebrano and Paduak woods on a Walnut substrate. I stock over 25 hardwoods of exotic and domestic origin, so there are always little bits that need rescue from the landfill.
  4. Hand made mallet

    Inspired by posts on this site, I set myself a challenge of making some tools in my new workshop. This was an opportunity to learn more about woodwork and solve problems. First up is a mallet. The handle is made from beech spalting. The head is comprised of zebrano outer on a walnut inner...
  5. Wood Torus

    Hi, all. Long time lurker, first-time poster. This is a wood torus I made a couple of years back, It's 350+ segments, with 7 species of wood. Walnut, Zebrano, Mahogany, Purpleheart, Paduk, Oak, Maple. It's about 11" diameter. It was turned on a Jet 1221 lathe, using mid-size carbide set...
  6. ZEBRANO BUTTER KNIVES & DISHES

    *ZEBRANO /ZEBRAWOOD BUTTER KNIVES/SPREADERS & DISHES By Bazza. Treated to a top class Restaurant in London a Client asked is it possible you could make this type of tableware ? Hell Yes ! So here are my first two samples To which they are well pleased and have now made a rather pleasing order...
  7. Z E B R A N O - S A F A R I

    ZEBRANO - SAFARI ::::: Made from African Zebrano Zebra Wood and Golden Iroko by Bazza. Stands at 10 inch high and 4 inch deep. Skimmed the edges on a palm router and sanded down to 0000 grade steel wool and blessed with a dash of Danish oil. Loosely based on Steve Goods methods but pumped up on...
  8. A 'heritage' box for my cousin

    This is big enough for most documents & photograph albums - memorabilia of sentimental / historical value - Clutter? Main structure is oak; mostly from ex school laboratory workbenches (you can see two filled screwholes on the inside!) and the lid panel in zebrano that retains its sapwood...
  9. Spokeshave

    I made this spokeshave based on the Hock kit but changed the wood to Zebrano as I intend (time permitting) to make a few matching hand tools from some Zebrano that has been sitting in my shed as off cuts from a project I made a few years ago. In the pics is the second tool in the set, a...
  10. Macassar Ebony and Zebrano Bentwood Rings

    Practice, practice, practice. Still nothing fancy like inlay or linings, but we'll get there. These are ebony and zebrawood, which were both surprisingly friendly to work with. At present, they've only got one coat of tung, but they'll probably get a few more in the next couple of days… and...
  11. First End Grain Cutting Board

    Made my first end grain cutting board for a wedding present. Very happy with how the Zebrano contrasts the Ash. Finished with Osmo top oil.
  12. Blogs
    Sketchup Renderings So I'm making a small side table from some scrap I had lying around. Some zebrawood left over from the box and some walnut from the console table I started building before these renderings but figured the blog would flow better if I started with these. So this is the plan...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I was wondering if anyone had recommendations on the best setup to use for all around sharpening of most things in my shop (eg. chisels, turning tools, plane irons, etc.)? I've used different stones with a variety of lubricants but am trying to figure out the best have trouble with getting...
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