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Lorne Julien In Walnut Frame

We finished this Walnut picture frame this morning for our print by Lorne Julien. It sure is nice to finally get this on the wall. Lorne Julien is a Mi’kmaq artist from Millbrook First Nation, Nova Scotia. He specializes in original First Nations acrylic paintings. His Mi’kmaq name is “Warrior on the Hill” given to […]

small spreaders

Small Spreaders And Nifty Knives

Here’s a handful of small spreaders and nifty, little knives! They are not only great for cutting and spreading cheese, pate and jams, they are beautiful as well! Made of Maple, Cherry and Walnut and approximately 10cm (4″) long they are just the right size to accent any tray of appetizers or snacks! Here are […]

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Walnut Bowl With Gold Base

Here’s a delightful Walnut bowl that features a gold coloured base. The beautifully grained Walnut used to create this bowl was harvested in Mahone Bay from a 100 year old tree that had come down in a wind storm. The base, enhanced with a metallic powder, wax and pigment mixture, not only physically raises the […]

Bored? Build A Bunch Of Boards!

Bored? Build A Bunch Of Boards!

Here’s a bunch of boards, wooden cutting boards, that we made recently. They are all made out of Maple and some have the occasional piece of Walnut thrown in. Although they all vary in size they are approximately 10″ (25cm) X 14″ (35cm) and 1.5″ – 1.75″ (4cm) thick. There are also a few French […]

Three Segmented Pens

Three Segmented Pens

Here are three segmented pens that we made a couple of month’s ago. It had been a while since we made any pens so we thought it was time to do a few special ones. All three are made with the Sedona style. Each of them feature a different plate finish. One is in Gold […]