Turnings Gallery

Ed Reed


Ed made these beautiful turnings at a Crafts Supplies, USA workshop. The items are made from Maple, Poplar, and Aspen. Those with finish are finished with shellac.
11/2/2017 Click on image to see closeup.

Saxon Robbins


Will and Saxon made these two slimline pens from found wood. The top one is Paduk and the other is Juniper. Both are finished with minwax and CA glue.
11/2/2017 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Seidler


Dave turned this Vase Base from Walnut. It is used to illuminate an art vase which needed lighting.
11/2/2017 Click on image to see closeup.


Dave Seidler turned this box after cutting the blank and inserting veneer.
9/8/2017 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


This Lipped Bowl was turned from Juniper and finished by buffing.
5/5/2017 Click on image to see closeup.

Charles North


Charlie made this special Walnut turning.
5/5/2017 Click on image to see closeup.

Lee Truman


Lee tried offset turning and make a vase from it.
5/5/2017 Click on image to see closeup.

Will Robbins


Will and his son Saxon have become pen making experts under the tutelege of Charlie North.
2/3/2017 Click on image to see closeup.

Rande Bence


Rande made these Candle Sticks from scrap wood.
1/5/2017 Click on image to see closeup.

Andy Anderson



11/3/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio



11/3/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer



11/3/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Brian Connell


Brian made this Nut Bowl from Spalted English Walnut. This is Brian's first turning.
9/2/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Vince Vlasic


Vince turned this pen from Walnut and finished with Lacquer. Mentored by Charlie North. Box by Charlie North.
9/2/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Judith Ziegler


Judith submitted these nice turnings for the silent auction.
8/12/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Andy Anderson


Bowl for the Silent Auction
8/12/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


Vase for the Silent Auction
8/12/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Charles North


Turnings for the Silent Auction
8/12/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Andy Anderson


This Wooden Bowl is turned from Box Elder and is finished with Sanding Sealer, Spray Lacquer and three stage buffing. He is impressed with the red internal color of the box elder wood.
6/2/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


Bill turned these two bowls from natural bark Avocado. The wood was wet when turned. The finish is buffing.
5/9/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Jeff Browne


Jeff made this three legged stool from Beech and Mahogany. It is finished with oil. All parts, including the seat, were turned.
5/9/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen turned this Bird House as an entry into the challenge. It is made from Ebony, Karanda, Pear, Walnut, Olive and Boxwood. The finish is wax.
5/9/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer


This vessel is made from Paduk and Maple and is finished in CA glue and Lacquer.
5/9/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Andy Anderson


This Bowl is made from Liquid Amber with inlays. The finish is Spray Polyurethane with three stage buffing.
4/8/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Rande Bence


Bowl made from Oak.
4/8/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Spiral Candlestick with a double helix made from local Walnut and finished in oil.
4/8/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Charles North


Charlie made these spiral candlesticks.
4/8/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Tom Welz


Tom made this Spiral Candle Stick from Walnut and finished it with Natural Watco oil - three coats.
4/8/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


Two turned bowls made from local Olive. The finish is buffed lacquer.
3/4/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Zack Lown


Zack made this bowl from Maple and Walnut without any finish. The maple was from a 1960 bowling alley.
3/4/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Vince Vlasic


Vince learned turning with our Mentor program. The bowl is made from Paduk and the pen from Walnut. The finish is Satin Polyurethane. Vince notes that Bill B. was an excellent mentor.
3/4/2016 Click on image to see closeup.

Charles North


Tooth Pick Holder made from Almond and finished with polyurethane.

>b>Wine Cup turned from Avocado and finished with polyurethane.
11/6/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen made these Toothpick Dispensers from Olive, Manzanita and Aronsa. They have no finish.
9/4/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Andy Anderson


Andy's contribution to the auction. A turning from Jacaranda and Zebrawood fennel.
8/8/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


Bill's contribution to the auction was this bowl of Camphor and a Bubinga finial.
8/8/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Charles North


Candle Holder made from Birch.

Wine Glass with Eye made from Redwood with a non-toxic finish.

Candle Holder made from Tipauana Tipu.

Glass from Redwood with a non-toxic finish

Wine Glass from Birch with a non-toxic finish.

Wine Glass made from Redwood with a non-toxic finish.
8/8/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Bob Rennie


Bob showed three samples of complex spindle turnings. Barley Twist, Open Twist made from Pine, Walnut, and Alder.
5/8/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Rande Bence


Cup made from Hidden Valley Oak

Cup made from Walnut root.
4/13/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Wayne Jackson


Candle Stick Holders
4/13/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Seidler


Cordial Glass Stem
4/13/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Shaun Young


Segmented Bowl
4/13/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


Bill turned this bowl from Olive. It is finished with Sam Moolof Oil and buffed. He was careful to dry the wood between steps so there are no cracks.
3/6/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen turned this Toothpick Holder from Manzanita and Ebony. There is no finish. It is sanded to 1200 grit and polished. The cracks were filled with Epoxy.
3/6/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Haury


Gene turned this bowl from Curly Walnut.
3/6/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Charles North


Charlie made this mug for St. Patrick's day and the challenge.
3/6/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Seidler


Striped Mahogany Tray cut on a band saw with veneer between the cuts. Finish is Polyurethane.
1/9/2015 Click on image to see closeup.

Rande Bence



12/4/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Brandt



12/4/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Rande Bence


Rande turned this Lamp Stand from Conejo Valley Oak. The lamp top was from a neighbor.
11/6/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Brandt


Bill turned this Bowl from Tamarix Burl. The finish is two coats of shellac and one coat of sanding sealer.
11/6/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Lee Truman


Lee turned all of these Segmented Bowls from various wood species.
11/6/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Charles North


Charles made this Captured Ring Goblet from Redwood and finished it in Varnish.
9/5/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Shaun Young


Shaun made this Segmented Bowl from Paduk and Walnut. The finish is oil.
9/5/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


The first is a Bowl made from wet Plum. The finish is a home-made mixture. The second is a Lidded Bowl made from Olive and finished in Lacquer.
6/6/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


This Bowl is made from a square piece of Redheart. Stephen had a bad time with splitting as the blank had been cased in wax. There is no finish as the wood was nice as is. There is some CA to fill the cracks.
6/6/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Tom Welz


Tom made this Turned Pen as his first turning project. The finish is oil.
6/6/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Shaun Young


Shaug made these Custom Darts with Walnut, Paduk, and Maple.
4/4/2014 Click on image to see closeup.


Segmented Wood Bowl made from Walnut and Maple
3/7/2014 Click on image to see closeup.


Segmented Bowls. The first is made from Maple and Oak. The second from Walnut and Maple. Both are finished in Mineral Oil
1/10/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Mark Ayers



8/7/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Haury



8/7/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Felix Masci



8/7/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Lee Truman



8/7/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Dan Waingrow



8/7/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


The Bowl was turned from Amboyna Burl and Silver-Tin solder. The finish is water based gloss. Stephen says this is the nicest piece of wood he had ever turned.
7/12/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


This Bowl was turned from Amboyna Burl with a Silver inlay.

Lidded Box with Finial. This wood is Ningoana Potocarpus from Peru. The finial is Holly. The finish is water based gloss poly. This wood is tough to turn!
6/7/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Felix Masci


Felix turned this decorative Bowl from what might be Olive or Ambrosia Maple. The finish is multiple coats of polyurethane. Felix feels that the wood was dried too long and that combined with turning on the end-grain made it quite difficult.
6/7/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


This Nailfile made from Olive and Firewood from Euu & Wood(?). The finish is pre-catalized urethane.

This Bowl is made from Macassar Ebony with a tin inlay. This finish is also pre-catalized urethane. The metal has to be hammered in before turning.
5/3/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


Getting the most from a square box... This bowl was made from a square block of Walnut Burl. The base is Olive. The finish is Poly Acrylic. Note that the holes on the side are a result of the original square block... if you try to repeat this, be sure the block is absolutely centered in the turning chuck!
3/8/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


Carving Mallet made from Oak for a friend.
2/8/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


Turned with a pewter inlay.
2/8/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


Baseball Bat Gouge for a friend. Made from Maple. First try at metal inlay which came out very nice.
1/11/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

John Fowler


Bowl from Quilted Maple with no finish.

Bowl from Turkish Olive and finished in wax.

Bowl from North Carolina Cherry and finished in wax. It has cracks and John used it to obtain hints about filling the cracks, but that is another story!
1/11/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Haury


Bowl made with Denton wood.
1/11/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

Joel Oksner


Marriage Cup made with Olive with interlocking rings.
1/11/2013 Click on image to see closeup.

John Fowler


John Turned these bowls among his first projects after obtaining a lathe.
12/8/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen made these bowls from special wood. The left, smaller bowl is made from Avacado as a gift to the workers. The larger bowl is made from Pear. Both are finished in water based acrylic.
11/3/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Haury


Gene made this Nut Cracker from Walnut and finished it in Carnauba Wax and Mineral Oil in a 50:50 mix. Note the beautiful wood threads!
11/3/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Lee Truman


Lee is now turning projects other than bowls.
11/3/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Haury


Gene made this bowl from Arlen wood (Walnut) and Poplar. He sliced a single piece of Walnut and inserted Poplar strips as an inlay before turning. The finish is Watco.
9/8/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Chuck Pearson


Chuck calls this his Silver Fish Trap because he always seems to find silver fish in it. It is turned from Coffee wood.
6/8/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Since the meeting was about brass: Stephen made this Chisel Handle from solid brass, steel, and Coco Bolo.
5/4/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


Bill turned this Goblet with Captured Ring from Olive and finished it with Polyurethane and wax.
5/4/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

John Ascheman


John turned this Cherry Box from Cherry and a Tugue Nut. It is finished in Lacquer.
5/4/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Tom Denton


Lathe-turned kaleidescope and jewelry box (Tom's first work on the lathe)
4/7/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Lignum Vitae bowl with no finish of any kind, and wormy walnut dish with olive insert.
4/7/2012 Click on image to see closeup.


Goblets and a Bowl
3/5/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Wolfgang Ludeking


Vase
3/5/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hutter


Dave made these Sewing Awls for his wife.. naturally she now wants more! The are made from Hard Maple. The finish is wipe-on Poly or Behleen's Woodworking Finish. These are used by Quilters to sew small pieced fabric together on a sewing machine.

Dave's Pepper Mill is made from Padauk and finished with Wipe-on Polyurethane.
1/6/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Joel Oksner


Joel's Candy Dish is turned from Ash and finished in oil. It uses a unique 'wave' design made by laminating the wood before turning.
1/6/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

Paul Brockway


Pencil Holder for the challenge. It is turned from Olive and finished in wax. This Olive has particularly nice figure.
1/6/2012 Click on image to see closeup.

W. Lee Truman



9/3/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

John Knittle



9/3/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall



9/3/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Joel Oksner



9/3/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Two bowls by Stephen.
8/24/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


Salt & Pepper Shakers, Wine Goblet, and Ice Cream Scoop by Bill. The woods are Stinkwood and Alder. The finish: Polyurethane.
7/9/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

John Ascheman


Bowl made for what John calls 'mystery wood'. The finish is lacquer.
7/9/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Paul Brockway


Ice Cream Scoop, brass and unknown wood. The finish is Polyurethane.
7/9/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


Bill made this Small Vessel from Camphor wood. It was done in conjunction with Camarillo House.
6/4/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Tim Albers


Tim made the Bowl from an Olive tree which was pointed out by Lee Truman!
5/6/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Felix Masci


The Bowl and Goblet are turned from Walnut. They are both finished in Polyurethane.
5/6/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


The first Bowl is turned from Olive and finished by Oil and buffing. The second is from Natural Edge Mesquite and is unfinished.
5/6/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Chuck Pearson


Chuck turned these three Bowls from Camphor. One is natural and the other are finished with EEE & Shellawax.
5/6/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer


Dave's Segmented Bowl started as a beautiful Olive blank to which Dave added the Walnut segments. The finish is lacquer. The segmenting resurrected pieces which had 'exploded' on the lathe.
4/8/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Felix Masci


The Vase was turned from Ash and was finished in polyurethane.

This Bowl was turned from figured Walnut and also finished in polyurethane.
4/8/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Mark Ayers


Mark made this Carub Bowl as a project with Stephen.

This Toothpick Holder is made from Olive and Bubenga and finished in Oil. It was done in Stephen's turning workshop.
3/5/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


This Pokal Goblet was turned from Walnut and finished with oil on the lathe.

A Turned Box
3/5/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Aurand


Bill had the time of his life making his Toothpick Holder at Stephen's workshop.
2/5/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Dick Elsley


Dick made this Toothpick Holder at Stephen's workshop too. It is made from Poplar and Walnut and finished in Tung Oil.
2/5/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen's entry Toothpick Holder from his workshop.
2/4/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Felix Masci


Felix made this Bowl from a piece of Buckeye Burl with the bark still embedded in the wood to give it character. The finish is Polyurethane.
1/7/2011 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Toothpick dispensers made as as samples for an upcoming turning workshop.
Turning

11/6/2010 Click on image to see closeup.

Joel Oksner


Something to Wear... This propeller hat was turned from Carob, Maple and Cherry. It is finished in friction polish.
11/6/2010 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer


Dave turned this Bowl from an unknown species of wood which started out stark white. After sand blasting, it brought out the beautiful grain. The feet are made from Purple Heart. The finish is Lacquer.
6/5/2010 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen replaced a broken turning tool handle. What is unique is that he finished the handle with spray lacquer while the lathe was turning to prevent drips at a very low speed. Then he polished the handle at a higher speed and result is very professional.
6/5/2010 Click on image to see closeup.


Bowl turned from local Walnut. Stephen had almost burned this wood before he saw it's potential. It is finished in Shellac and Deft.
5/7/2010 Click on image to see closeup.

Chuck Pearson


These Matching Bowls are made from local Olive and finished in EEE and Briwax. The wood is green but only one of the bowls has cracked.
5/7/2010 Click on image to see closeup.

W. Lee Truman


Lee also made this 'signature' multi color vase.
2/5/2010 Click on image to see closeup.

John Knittle


Small Candy Bowl made from Ojai Valley Olive and finished in wax.

Bracelet
2/5/2010 Click on image to see closeup.

Adam Lucas


Adam turned this Bowl at the turning SIG.
11/6/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

John and Amy Fowler


Two new Bowls made by John and Amy. THe wood is Arlen Alder and Arlen Mahogany.
11/6/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Felix Masci


Mallet Felix turned this tool from Walnut and Alder and finished it in Polyurethane.
Goblet is made from a piece of split, scrap, Walnut. It is finished with spray epoxy.
9/4/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


These Tea Trays are made from Spalted Maple and tediously finished in Shellac, 8 coats of Polyurethane and lots of sanding and polishing.
9/4/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

W. Lee Truman


These two bowls were made partly from Arlen Wood so Lee brought these back for the challenge.

This Bowl is new but is also made from Arlen Wood.
7/3/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

John Knittle


John's Winged Bowl is also from Arlen Wood and is finished with oil and wax. This thin edge is tricky as it is like cutting air.
7/3/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Haury


Gene created this Bowl from green Apricot. Finished in Watco.

This Bowl is made from Walnut Arlen Wood and also finished in Watco.
7/3/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


These two bowls were made from burl driftwood rescued from a camp fire on the beach. Finished in Lacquer.

Stephen's entry into the Arlen Wood Challenge.
7/3/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Jerry Wolf


This Pen was made from laminated pieces of Arlen wood.
7/3/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Dan Gallo


A Walnut Pepper Grinder made from Walnut Arlen Wood and finished with Lacquer and Wax.
7/3/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Stan Wolpert


This small Goblet made from Walnut Arlen Wood!

These Salt and Pepper shakers are the subject of the next Turning SIG at Stan's.
7/3/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

W. Lee Truman


Lee turned this Bowl from pieces of Bloodwood and other various woods.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer


Dave made these 6 Flasks from Walnut and Ebony. The large piece is a piece of Arland wood. They are all finished with CA and Lacquer.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


This is a Skew wood turning tool. The wood is Quinta. The finish is wax. This is made from an antique James Swan chisel.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Haury


Hidden Compartment Key Ring turned from an Olive branch at cousin's ranch in the Central Valley. It is finished in WATCO.
Bowl made from back yard Apricot turned by Gene and decorated by termites. The finish is WATCO and Forby's Finish.
Bowl made turned from another Olive branch. It is WATCO finished.
3/6/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


This Spitoon is turned from Fiddleback Koa and finished in oil.
1/9/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

John Fowler


John turned this Walnut Bowl and finished it with Tung Oil.
11/7/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


These Awls were turned by Stephen from Ebony, Maple, Coco Bolo, Olive, Zebra Wood and Brass. They are all finished with wax.
11/7/2008 Click on image to see closeup.


Stephen made these balls from scrap Mahogany firewood. The larger one is filled with white epoxy. They are polished and waxed.
9/5/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Felix Masci


Goblet turned carefully from Olive and finished in polyurethane.
6/6/2008 Click on image to see closeup.


These Bowl/Plate serving pieces were turned from Alder. The finish is polyurethane.
6/6/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

John Knittle


John made this Mallet from Ipe with no finish. He notes that turning Ipe is difficult and leaves lots of yellow dust.
1/4/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer


Dave first turned this Folded Vessel from local Camphor wood. Then he cut it and bent it using steam and water. Finally he finished it is Lacquer.
1/4/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


A Lidden Urn for funeral ashes. The body and lid are Green Olive. The finial is Redheart. The finish is wax and polish.
11/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


The Lidded Box and lid are made from Apricot. The finial, Redheart. The finish wax and polish.
11/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


Natural Edge Bowl made from Apricot. Wax and polish only.
11/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


This is a Pair of Lidded Boxes. One is made from Ebony, the other from bone. The finish is wax and polish.
11/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


A Bud Vase made from Olive with a plastic culture tube insert. The finish is, you guessed it, wax and polish.
11/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


Bowl turned from Green Orange wood. Finish is wax and polish.
11/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Bob Fahrnbruch


Bob made this clay pigeon from Walnut and finished it in Watco. This was a challenge from his skeet shooting friends.
9/9/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


Bob won first prize at the Ventura County Fair with this bowl made from a piece of walnut. He calls it the Winged Bowl. It is finished in Watco.
9/9/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Tim Albers



8/3/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall

Mark Cher


Stephen turned these Artistic Bowls from Apricot which came from a tree in Mark's back yard. It shows what beauty is in close by, unusual, woods. The finish is wax.
7/8/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Dick Harmon


Dick made these turnings at a turning class. The Lidded Box is made from Mahogany and is finished in buffed wax.
7/8/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Ron Ruckstuhl


Ron made this Pencil Cup when he was 13 in Junior High School wood shop.
6/9/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

John Knittle


John make this Flower or Bud Holder from Aspen, and he finished it with Shellawax EEE Wax.
6/9/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


The Bowl is made from scrap Sycamore, we think, finished in wax.
6/9/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


Here are three goblet entries by Stephen for the challenge. The first is a small goblet made from Avocado. The second is made from Almond and filled with aluminum powder filled with CA. The third is made from Olive and glass. The finish on all three is wax.
6/9/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Dan Waingrow


Dan made this Goblet from Oak and Walnut.
6/9/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Dan Gallo


Dan made this Turned Travel Mug from assembled blank staves. The wood is Mahogany and the finish is Watco Danish Oil.
6/9/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer


This Fancy Vessel is made from Buckeye Burl and Ebony. The finish is CA and Lacquer.
4/7/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen experimented with turning these Square Boxes. They are made from Oak, Ash, Juniper, Walnut and Sycamore. The finish is wax or oil or lacquer. The corners make interesting sanding in the lathe!
3/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Felix Masci


Felix made these two bowls from Ash. They are finished in Polyurethane.
2/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


Felix turned this Goblet and it is finished in Polyurethane.
2/2/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer


Dave turned the by using great care and using CA Glue for stability. It is finished in CA Glue and Lacquer and is highly polished.
11/3/2006 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen made a collection this month. First is a Platter turned from Mahogany, finished in wax and polished.
Second is a Bowl with a natural edge made from Cork Oak. Again, it is finished in wax, and it is polished.
Third is a Hollow Form made from Ebony, Mahogany and Brass. The finish is wax. The brass is a turning.
Fourth is a Funeral Urn, a receptical for ashes. The body and ring are Avocado; the lid is Olive; and the finial is Cherry. It is finished in wax. Fifth is another Bowl made from Olive wood... also finished in polished wax.
Sixth is yet another Bowl made from Spruce Burl.
8/4/2006

Bob Fahrnbruch


This collection of turnings from Bob Fahrnburch. The first is a lidded box made from Maple and it is unfinished. The next is a bowl made from Box Elder wood and is finished in Zinzzer French Polish. Next is a small Walnut Scoop. And finally, a 7" diameter Lidded Box made also from Box Elder and is unfinished.
7/7/2006 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall

Bird Houses

Mini Birdhouse This piece is turned from Sycamore, Ebony, Kingwood, Holly, and Olive. The finish is wax and polish. All from 'scrap' wood.
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6/3/2006

This is a Mini Birdhouse Condo made from Ebony, Redheart, Olive and Walnut. It is finished in wax and polished. This is a 'management in top' condo, staff right below (on the other side).
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6/3/2006

Another Mini Birdhouse. This one is made from Sycamore, Ebony, Kingwood, Holly, and Olive. It is finished in wax and polish. This from small pieces of 'good' wood.
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6/3/2006

Eggs

This Bowl of Wooden Eggs from Stephen. The eggs are made from Lignum Vitae, Sycamore, Redheart, Olive, Walnut, Lemon, and Mahogany. The finish is wax and polish.
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6/3/2006

Bullets

Stephen's old WWI 37mm shell casings make this unique combination. The wood is Olive and the finish is wax and polish.
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6/3/2006

Bob Fahrnbruch

Christmas Ornament

This turning is made from Pauduk and Fiscus. The base is back yard Scrub Oak. The finish is French polish. Note that this is a hollow turning.
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6/3/2006

Bowl

This bowl was turned from Claro Walnut brought from Chico, California. The finish is Mineral Oil. This was an 8am - 2pm, one day, project!
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6/3/2006

Dave Hergesheimer


Dave's Birthday Cake is made from Maple, Walnut, Caro and Mahogany. It is finished in Lacquer. The icing comes off revealing a lidded box. (Photo by Stephen Case-Pall)
3/4/2006 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


These Hollow Forms are a new class of project for Stephen. The first is made from Mahogany and Maple, and finished in wax. The second pair are made from a branch of Mesquite with the pith removed from the center. It is also finished in wax.
3/3/2006 Click on image to see closeup.

This Top was a collaborative effort between Stephen and Tim. The top is made from Maple and Brass. It is finished in wax and felt-tip pen.
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2/3/2006

This is a Lidded Box turned by Stephen. It is made from Curly Maple, Cocobolo, Redheart and Ebony. The finish is wax.
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2/3/2006

Stephen made this Bowl from Wormy Cedar and finished it with wax.
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2/3/2006

Stephen made this Ornamentation Bowl to be as thin as possible to allow light to penetrate. The wood is Sycamore and the finish is also wax.
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2/3/2006

Robert Arnold

These various turnings, bowl, scoops, and sphere, were made by Robert for practice! The wood is California Live Oak, Orange, Maple and Redwood. The finishes are oil and wax.
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12/2/2005

W. Lee Truman

Lee made this Turned Bowl from Purple Heart, Walnut, and Poplar scraps. It is finished in Tung Oil.
12/2/2005 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall

The left object is a Hollow Form and it is made of Walnut and finished in wax. The right object is Lidded Box with finial. It is Walnut with Olive and Coco Bolo spire, and it is finished in wax also.
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12/2/2005

Debi Johnson

Debi made this Mallet at the turning workshop!
9/5/2005 Click on image to see closeup.

Tim Albers


This Thin Stem Goblet was turned by Tim and finished in wax.
7/8/2005 Click on image to see closeup.

Bob Fahrnbruch


This Lidded Box is make from Lace Wood obtained from Bill Brandt. It is finished in Shellac and French Finish. Of special note are the turned ends.
7/8/2005 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Ash Ash Tray. This is made from Ash, Coco bolo, Olive and Oak and finished in Shellac.
7/8/2005 Click on image to see closeup.


This Tall Goblet with Glass is turned from Olive and topped with a glass. It is finished in Shellac.
7/8/2005 Click on image to see closeup.

Wolfgang Ludeking


Wolfgang made this Bowl from Alder laminated with Mahogany and finished with MinWax.
7/8/2005 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


This Kiech and Long-Stem Goblet made from Ash and finished in Shellac and five coats of Prolac Lacquer.
6/3/2005 Click on image to see closeup.

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This lovely Stemware appears to be turned from Maple.
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5/5/2005

Stephen Case-Pall


The four spheres are the end product of taking a lesson in turning spheres from wood. The goblet-stands are white ash, and the woods from left to right are Fir, Olive, Oak, and Eucalyptus. They are finished with wax only.
4/16/2005 Click on image to see closeup.


First we have a bowl for decoration or morning cereal made from pear.
Then Steve shows us a goblet made from maple.
The next bowl is made from the Greenwood Walnut donated by Marshall Nathanson.
Last and not least, is this baby rattle which actually rattles and is made from curly maple. Don't shake too hard, the rattle is shotgun primers!
All are finished in shellac and wax.
1/7/2005 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Brandt


Bowls from Silky Oak and Lacewood. These are made from logs cut by Bill and friends. They are finished in Shellac.
12/4/2004 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


Stephen made these three boxes. The first is made from Padauk and Boxwood finished in Hut Crystal Coat. The second is made from Maple and Coco bolo and finished in Johnson's wax. The third is made from Padauk and Coco bolo, finished in Wax only.
11/4/2004 Click on image to see closeup.


This bowl is turned from Greenwood Walnut (The Walnut which was donated by Marshall Nathanson.) The finish is Hut Crystal Coat.
11/4/2004 Click on image to see closeup.


Just a turning to display the nice wood burl and grain. Made of redwood and finished with Hut Hi-Polish wax.
9/2/2004 Click on image to see closeup.


Postage Stamp Dispenser This is made of Walnut burl and finished with Hut Super Pen Polish. The Walnut housing was turned to replace cheesy brass import. Probably the smallest project from Marshall Nathanson's Walnut tree.
9/2/2004 Click on image to see closeup.


Slick This is actually a Timber Framing chisel, masquerading as a Slick. A true Slick has the socket bent just enough to raise the handle from the centerline.
It is made from a 2" framing chisel rescued from the rust heap. The handle is maple with a walnut knob doweled and glued before turning. It is finished with Hut Crystal Clear finish, a combination of shellac and wax.
7/2/2004 Click on image to see closeup.


Stephen just finished restoring this rusty chisel from the 1930's. Early 20th Century 1/2" socket chisel by Greenlee. Boxwood handle turned and finished with wax only.
5/17/2004 Click on image to see closeup.

Bowls


Stephen made these bowls from green Avocado and Mahogany. They are finished in tung oil, shellac and clear lacquer. The bowls were finished in one day!
Stephen also made this carving mallet from laminated maple. The material was formerly a bowling pin!
4/1/2004 Click on image to see closeup.

Wax Seal

Seal
Still having fun with the new lathe. This is a pic of a wax seal, or "Petschaft" as it is known in German. It is from the county court of Imperial Prussia, at the turn if the 20th century. I found it without a handle, so turned this one out of Coco Bolo.
1/25/2004 Click on image to see closeup.

Bottle Stopper

Stopper
The first is a wine bottle stopper in Padauk, finished in clear Lacquer.
1/16/2004 Click on image to see closeup.

Scratch Awl

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The second is a scratch awl in Madagascar Ebony, brass and steel, also finished in clear lacquer without stain.
1/16/2004 Click on image to see closeup.