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My Products

Everything you see here is made just by me. I work exclusively with freshly felled locally sourced green wood. Everything is made by hand using axes, knives, and gouges. Final finish is with raw linseed oil only - no nut oil at all. 

In the spirit of true green woodwork, you will find that my products are not perfectly symmetrical nor do they have a sanded finish - what you will get is a one of a kind item, with sharp knife facets and - most importantly - something that is lovely to hold and beautifully functional.

Inspired by Water

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Much of my work is done in the open air sitting on the banks of the River Lea in East London, beside my tiny little narrow boat. Hence the name - Crafted On Water. 

My inspiration comes in part from observing the work of others. I like my spoons to be functional whilst at the same time taking on a sculptural form. It is precisely this that makes me pick up yet another piece of wood - each one is a blank canvas. 

I am indebted to The Green Wood Guild  - Barn and Tom - who opened my eyes to this wonderful world. 

 

Earth-Friendly Practices

I work almost exclusively with green wood that has been felled locally or has come down in a storm. Off cuts feed our wood burner to keep us cosy on colder nights.

 

Stellar Culture and Products

In the world of spoon carvers, I am a child. I have been carving for just over 3 years now and continue to refine my skills. I have some great teachers. I only offer products that I would be happy to use - and I am a perfectionist!

Giving Back

I am working on this - with the intention being to offer some spoons to our favourite local charity shop.