Knicknacks

Listed here are the other items I have in stock, ready for immediate delivery. For more details on each, simply click on the image.

[sheep]
Juggling sheep cut from Beech and painted in child safe acrylics. This could be what is expected of you by the Boss (Wife).
[table lamp] Table lamp constructed entirely with American Black Walnut with a narrow banding around the top third. The lamp is fitted with a moulded plug and comes complete with energy saving light bulb. It measures in at 14cm x 14cm x 30cm high.
[small duellists]
Small duellists made from pine and painted in child safe paints. I imagined them being used as either a talking point on the shelf or mantelpiece or the larger and heavier as bookends.
[large duellists]
Large duellists made from beech and painted in child safe paints. I imagined them being used as either a talking point on the shelf or mantelpiece or the larger and heavier as bookends.
[watch your tail]
Watch your tail! This came from an article in a magazine talking about the facts of business life. When you get to the top there is always somebody behind you waiting to take your place. The grain on the back board gave the sea effect using water based wood dyes.
[night on the tundra]
Night on the tundra. The background of this picture is a piece of ply that had the most beautiful grain pattern which was asking to be highlighted. No paint was used, purely water based dyes that is why the moose have a transparency about them.
Made from Sapele which has the dubious pleasure of being known by some as ‘poor man’s mahogany’. The turned spindle legs were salvaged from an old staircase and are pegged and glued to the under side. Please don’t sit on it as it is not designed to take heavy objects.