Custom Pyrography Artefacts

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Custom Pyrography Artefacts

9 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Antonios Markakis

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Antonios Markakis


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Anonymous on Dec 3, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Awesome person to work with - gives you great suggestions if you're not sure exactly what you want, and involves you throughout the whole process, giving you updates, etc. Creative, detailed, really happy with this box - I just wish I can keep this box for me! Again, thanks heaps.

Anonymous on Oct 13, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful piece of art and very friendly and prompt service. I would definitely shop here again!

Anonymous on Oct 7, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Best guy ever. He's amazing and wonderful to work with and I would love to work with him again some time. He has an amazing talent and awesome personality!!!

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Shop policies

Last updated on November 3, 2012
All the items listed are hand made by me, with the usage of specialised machinery when needed. No CNC machines or laser etching devices are used, and even the fine sanding of wood is done by hand. The pyrography work is done with an Optima 1 burner (the best I have ever used) and the designs are first hand drawn by soft pencil and then burned with more detail.
The focus of the items is on the decoration made by pyrography and not the woodwork itself, although I like my creations to have practical usage besides being works of, if I am allowed to use the term, art.
I am experimenting with designs on leather, but with my judgement I need a lot of experience before I can publicly demonstrate and sell anything leather.
The lumber I routinely use is Beech, Pine, some Oak and the highest quality plywood I can get, all bought from shops that use eco-friendly sources.
I seal my work with water based products, with a base of anti-UV and anti-fungal fluid and sealing with varnish, both of which are applied as many times as needed. To colour and darken wood I use a completely natural substance from the tree Cassia, that is much like natural henna for wood, completely safe for any use whatsoever (I once drank a sip of it by mistake, got brown teeth and nothing more).
For any other information you would like to know, please contact me!

Accepted payment methods

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I accept payments through Paypal, no checks or money orders. In the highly unlikely case you are in Athens, Greece I can arrange a handing-over personally.
Payment is expected after all the details of the work are agreed, after I have created your custom listing with the price agreed, and at a maximum of 5 days after the listing is purchased, during which time I start the work but not do anything irreversible, like cutting the wood or burning it.
Any extra costs like customs taxes, secondary taxes, storage fees and the like not originating from me are paid by you.
After the work has started there is no option of cancelling the order, because the materials are not reusable and are rendered useless, so be sure to discuss everything with me beforehand.
I ship from Athens, Greece utilising ELTA - Hellenic Post, because of their great record of timely deliveries and reasonable price list. The exact shipping costs vary with the size of the parcel, and are generally the cheapest for the Balkans/Cyprus, cheap for countries in the EU, a bit higher for countries in the EPG and even higher for everything else. If you are confused, check the listings for detailed shipping information or even ask me directly!
Due to the fact that my items are made by order, the earliest I can ship them is when they are ready! The exact time for the completion of any item varies on its complexity, and I wait for the varnish to dry thoroughly, but after completion I ship immediately.
If you prefer some other form of shipping, I will be glad to discuss it with you and work it out!
Refunds and Exchanges
Refunds are in general not acceptable, save for extreme cases of realistic dissatisfaction from craftsmanship ect. But I never will ship anything that I regard as unsatisfactory, so low chances of that!
If your item gets damaged in the mail, I hold no responsibility or obligation, but suggest you take it up to the shipping company. Their fault!