"How many bowls do you need?"
My husband asked me one day as I was working on my lathe. And I thought that's a silly question, it's not about the bowls, it's about the process. I enjoy making things, holding them in my hands and saying "I made this".
Of course on a more practical level he was right, there is only so much space in my little apartment. So this shop was born. A way to feed my need to create, a way to pay for the supplies for my next project, who knows in a few years, maybe a way to retire from my day job :-)
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Dee "Harvest" Talmhain
Hi there, my friends call me Harvest. I'm one of those people who just need to be doing something. As a result I have way to many hobbies. Knitting, spinning, wood turning, fine wood working, chainmail, wire work, leather work, embroidery, gardening.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
International orders; I charge for the cost of shipping only. When a package is shipped internationally, it may be subject to import taxes, customs duties, and/or fees imposed by the destination country. These fees are hard to predict and are paid by the buyer. If you're not sure what the rules are for incoming shipments, please contact your country's customs office. Remember Buyer is responsible for any import fees and taxes!
Occasionally there maybe unforeseen customs delays. Once and item has shipped Seller has no control over and is not responsible for any possible delays.
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Additional policies and FAQs
Anodizing of metal creates a beautiful layer of color, which like all plating’s will wear through eventually. How long this takes depends on wear and environmental factors, like contact with abrasives and strong cleaners. If your piece starts to look dull or dirty clean it gently with warm water and a mild dish soap. Pat dry gently. Be careful, many “jewelry” cleaners contain fine abrasives witch will damage the color of anodized metal.
Wood is a natural, and some would argue, still living, material. Some of the wildest grain is found around natural stress points in the wood. Knots cracks and voids are common around these points and are considered part of the appeal of the piece.