EJGwood

Hand crafted wooden boxes, bowls and other wooden items

Arnold, Maryland

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Announcement    Now my shop will also include wooden bowls made by my brother Richard in New Hampshire. He has been turning bowls and other beautiful turned wooden products for years and I am happy to include them here for you to share!!!

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Last updated on Nov 18, 2019

Now my shop will also include wooden bowls made by my brother Richard in New Hampshire. He has been turning bowls and other beautiful turned wooden products for years and I am happy to include them here for you to share!!!

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About EJGwood

Sales 71
On Etsy since 2017

Started out by building coffee tables and end tables and other simple furniture for my own house and ran out of room!!

Once my house had no more room for my efforts at furniture making, I decided to start making boxes as a hobby. I quickly learned that a mistake on a coffee table can be corrected or covered up. Not so on boxes; the tiniest mistake shows up ten fold. I find it challenging and relaxing to make boxes of different types and sizes.

I especially like highly figured and contrasting wood. I also use combination oil/varnish finishes so that the piece does not look like it is coated in plastic when done. I do not use stains, the colors you see are the true color of the wood with an oil finish. I like to let the natural grain and color speak for themselves.

Enjoy.

Ed Gerard

Shop members

  • Edward

    Owner, Maker

    I like using figured woods or woods with contrasting colors. I like using splines of contrasting wood to add strength to the corner joints but also as a design feature. I hope you enjoy using my boxes as much as I enjoy making them!!

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  • Richard Gerard

    Tamworth, NH

    My brother turns bowls in his home workshop in New Hampshire

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