A lathe turned wedding goblet with two captured rings signifying the union of the married couple. The rings cannot be removed without breaking or destroying them. The wood is jobilla. The goblet is tall and in diameter.
Lathe turned wedding goblet with two captured rings. The wood is jobilla. The goblet is tall and in diameter. The rings cannot be removed without breaking them or the goblet signifying the strong bond of the married couple.
Turned wood lidded salt cellar with lid removed. It is made of very hard Bois d'Arc wood and has a buffed, polished surface with no finish applied. It has some natural cracks which have been filled. It is 3 5/8" dia. by 2 3/4" high. It was designed and turned by Bill Duane Brooks.
This is a lathe turned lidded vessel known as a salt cellar. It is kept close to the chef's side and used when just a pinch of salt is enough. It is made of Bois D'arc and is polished to a high luster inside and out. No finish was applied. It has a silver medallion inlaid on top for accent. It is approximately 4" x 4". Completed 9-2014.