Brad Sears' Profile

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I'm a professional woodturner, woodturning demonstrator and teacher living on the Maryland Eastern Shore. My Etsy shop is focused primarily on functional fine craft, pieces you can use every day like pepper mills, salt and pepper sets, and wet shaving gear. I occasionally include samples of other work (cremation urns, wooden bowls, along with some miscellaneous items) that I sell mostly through art galleries and high-end art shows. Through Etsy, I've had the privilege of selling my work across the U.S. and in many countries around the world.

By offering my work for sale, I am committed to a bond of trust with everyone who buys it. Therefore, I only offer work that represents my very best efforts. I will not sell anything that I would not use myself - or permit my family and best friends to use. My work, while not inexpensive is, I believe, fairly priced given the cost of…

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  • Born on November 20
  • Joined August 20, 2009

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I'm a professional woodturner, woodturning demonstrator and teacher living on the Maryland Eastern Shore. My Etsy shop is focused primarily on functional fine craft, pieces you can use every day like pepper mills, salt and pepper sets, and wet shaving gear. I occasionally include samples of other work (cremation urns, wooden bowls, along with some miscellaneous items) that I sell mostly through art galleries and high-end art shows. Through Etsy, I've had the privilege of selling my work across the U.S. and in many countries around the world.

By offering my work for sale, I am committed to a bond of trust with everyone who buys it. Therefore, I only offer work that represents my very best efforts. I will not sell anything that I would not use myself - or permit my family and best friends to use. My work, while not inexpensive is, I believe, fairly priced given the cost of the materials, time and yes, expertise that goes into every piece that comes out of my studio. I use high-quality wood that I buy from certified renewable sources produced by small, locally-owned businesses - wood that's harvested and prepared by people I've come to know and trust. My grinder mechanisms are all time-proven ("torture-tested" by my four grandchildren!) and used at least once a day in my own home, so I have at least a **fair** degree of confidence in them.....

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