Welcome! To see and buy my wooden bowls and other work, please scroll down the page.
As well as making beautiful hand-turned wooden bowls, I offer woodturning classes. They make great gifts. If you are looking for something for a wedding or birthday, you will find it here. Whatever you choose, it’s guaranteed to please.
I work with some of the most beautiful English hardwoods, sustainably sourced. Almost all of it is material that would otherwise be lost. The best timber for making wooden bowls for sale often comes from trees that have fallen naturally in the woods or at the roadside. I also use reclaimed timber for some of my work.
Orders are dispatched promptly by first class post at a flat rate of £3.75 for each order, so you save when buying two or more items together. For last-minute purchases, I offer guaranteed next day delivery at a small additional charge. Please let me know if you need this option.
I regret that due to other commitments I am unable to undertake commissions.
With many years’ experience, I offer one-to-one woodturning classes in London, working either with a single student or a class of two. Complete beginners can try woodturning for themselves and make their own beautiful wooden bowl to take home. This could be just the gift idea you are looking for.
My classes are suitable for people who want to try woodturning, perhaps before getting deeper into it, people who don’t have their own workshop facilities, turners who want to improve their skills and woodworkers who want to add turning to their skills. Also for anyone who just wants to spend an afternoon having fun and trying something completely new!
Learn more about making wooden bowls
There is lots of information about woodturning here. You can find out how to keep bowls in good condition on my wood care page. I describe how I make wooden bowls for sale, and you can read about the features of the wood I use, such as burrs and spalting. You can see how I make my cute little wooden mice. Learn about the different kinds of woodturning, and about the history of the craft. You can see my woodturning blog, which is a useful technical resource for woodturners.