I have been a woodworker for thirty-five years. I enjoy the warmth of wood and bringing it to a “second life” in my work.
Stools: On my basic stool I added faceting on the turned legs for more visual interest. I was also inspired to design a hand carved tractor seat stool and a three-rung stool with a textured “dimpled” seat that is achieved by using a bent gouge in a spiral fashion on the hardwood top.
Kitchen utensils: These are primarily my own design and I take pleasure in using my own hands to create a utensil that is distinctive. The spiral handle on the spreaders are unique and I hand carve myself. I try to use only wood for these utensils from downed trees from the great NH woods.
Beautiful salt cellar by Stephen Falk. Light, natural color.
3″ high to top of cover.
3.5″ at widest point.
Cup depth is 1.25″.
Spoon is 5.25″ long.
Dark Wood, Light Wood
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