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Purple and pink resin and wood jewellery box

£85.00

Every resin trinket box is handmade by myself via the following process: Firstly, stabilising the wood is achieved by putting the wood in a vacuum chamber filled with resin, whereby the vacuum sucks the resin into the wood. The wood is then cured in an oven, which makes the wood go very hard and leaves it with a shiny and glossy finish. I mix a two part liquid resin mixture. This is then split into lots of different pots and different colours added to each pot. Each pot is added to a mould, with a piece of sought after burl wood, in a unique way to create different patterns. This then goes into a pressure pot for a few days, which removes bubbles from the resin and makes the resin harden. Once the mould is hard, I then turn it on a wood lathe to create the final product. There are a few reasons I like to stabilise, including that it makes the finished item more user friendly, easier to clean, less likely to scratch, or be affected by moisture. This trinket box is made from stabilised horse chestnut burl Stabilising wood is achieved by putting the wood in a vacuum chamber filled with resin, whereby the vacuum sucks the resin into the wood. The wood is then cured in an oven, which makes the wood go very hard and leaves it with a shiny and glossy finish

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Blue resin and wood jewellery box

£85.00

Every resin trinket box is handmade by myself via the following process: Firstly, stabilising the wood is achieved by putting the wood in a vacuum chamber filled with resin, whereby the vacuum sucks the resin into the wood. The wood is then cured in an oven, which makes the wood go very hard and leaves it with a shiny and glossy finish. I mix a two part liquid resin mixture. This is then split into lots of different pots and different colours added to each pot. Each pot is added to a mould, with a piece of sought after burl wood, in a unique way to create different patterns. This then goes into a pressure pot for a few days, which removes bubbles from the resin and makes the resin harden. Once the mould is hard, I then turn it on a wood lathe to create the final product. There are a few reasons I like to stabilise, including that it makes the finished item more user friendly, easier to clean, less likely to scratch, or be affected by moisture. This trinket box is made from stabilised horse chestnut burl Stabilising wood is achieved by putting the wood in a vacuum chamber filled with resin, whereby the vacuum sucks the resin into the wood. The wood is then cured in an oven, which makes the wood go very hard and leaves it with a shiny and glossy finish

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Orange and red wood and resin jewellery box

£85.00

Every resin trinket box is handmade by myself via the following process: Firstly, stabilising the wood is achieved by putting the wood in a vacuum chamber filled with resin, whereby the vacuum sucks the resin into the wood. The wood is then cured in an oven, which makes the wood go very hard and leaves it with a shiny and glossy finish. I mix a two part liquid resin mixture. This is then split into lots of different pots and different colours added to each pot. Each pot is added to a mould, with a piece of sought after burl wood, in a unique way to create different patterns. This then goes into a pressure pot for a few days, which removes bubbles from the resin and makes the resin harden. Once the mould is hard, I then turn it on a wood lathe to create the final product. There are a few reasons I like to stabilise, including that it makes the finished item more user friendly, easier to clean, less likely to scratch, or be affected by moisture. This trinket box is made from stabilised horse chestnut burl Stabilising wood is achieved by putting the wood in a vacuum chamber filled with resin, whereby the vacuum sucks the resin into the wood. The wood is then cured in an oven, which makes the wood go very hard and leaves it with a shiny and glossy finish

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Resin and wood space art form

£450.00

This art from sculpture is made from stabilised horse chestnut burl that has been dyed 3 different colours where I have tried to make the wood  appear like meteorite and I have tried to pour the resin so the wood is floating around in space, the art piece wasn’t poured in a pressure pot as it is to big for any pressure pot so it was poured in lays over a space of t days the art form is 16inch and 4inch deep. This is ver much a signatures piece and was all hand made on a traditional wood lathe with traditional hand tools also if it’s something you are interested in I’m happy to do a zoom meeting to help with size and shape

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Oak burl and resin Ocean bowl

£450.00

I come across this oak burl in my work shop and I thought it looked like a Island so I started to cover the outside of the burl with gold,copper and silver Leaf to give it a look like of a beach, and I have poured the resin in a way it looks like waves crash,so I’ve tried to make this bowl like a still photo. This bowl is 17inch round 4inch deep and this is a very unique bowl to my work and is very much a 3d piece of art that is Functionable and can be use as a every day fruit bowl and was all made by hand and was turn on a traditional Wood lath and turned with traditional handtools  This bowl was very hard to photograph as it’s a big piece sorry about that but if you would like to see more I can are arrange zoom call so you can see the piece

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