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Thanks for popping in! Don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions, Always love to hear from you x
Studio on 07 Nov, 20225 out of 5 stars
Absolutely gorgeous! So beautifully made and a treat to look at and hold. Not my first purchase and I'm sure it won't be my last. I've got my eye on some candle holders...
Phoebe on 19 Sep, 20225 out of 5 stars
Fantastic product! Beautifully made. lovely packaging. and very quick delivery. Thank you!
Helen on 25 Sep, 20215 out of 5 stars
Gorgeous cheese knives- amazing customer service! Will definitely order again!
Debbie on 24 Aug, 20215 out of 5 stars
Really pleased with this handcrafted cheese board and matching knives I purchased for my husband’s birthday! SFTT ‘s customer service outstanding, from initial enquiry to delivery…. Would definitely recommend them!!
Sam on 11 May, 20215 out of 5 stars
Absolutely love the bud vases, quality is excellent. Would highly recommend.
Kaye on 21 Apr, 20215 out of 5 stars
What a lovely item, bought for my husband’s birthday. He loves it, it’s a beautiful product, lovingly and skilfully made. I’m sure he’ll use it for years. We will be back to buy other items and they make wonderful gifts Thank you
Gemma on 27 Mar, 20215 out of 5 stars
Absolutely beautiful craftsmanship. Super happy, thank you!
Country son, original woodturning in Rural Lincolnshire
Hospitality is at the heart of my designs with functional pieces created for living spaces. Something From The Turnery aims to put you in touch with a range of beautiful timbers, sustainably sourced, reclaimed and repurposed as lasting pieces for your home.
I’m drawn to the workshop as an escape from high speed everything! There’s something deeply peaceful about working with my hands and finding form within gnarled pieces of timber given a new purpose.
Aside from using all natural, low impact finishes (like hemp oil grown here in the UK) I've embarked on a slow, satisfying journey in storing locally felled trees and allowing them to dry ahead of using the timber for future works. I love that the raw materials will be ready when they’re ready! It interrupts throw away culture and creates a respect for the time it took for these beautiful trees to grow.
With traditional woodturners on both sides of the family, I see Something From The Turnery as my time to add chapters to the story.
You can find me sharing my processes and ideas whenever I'm in the Turnery here on instagram - @somethingfromtheturnery