Ashdown Woodturners

Beautiful things in wood


Virtual Competition: October 2020

Welcome to the Virtual Competition Page. Here I will post pictures of work submitted for this month's competition.

This month I have set an open theme
. A maximum of 2 images per entry please.


Good Luck!





Number 1: Richard Anderson.
Sometime ago on Antiques Roadshow I saw a 200 year old pear shaped tea-caddy - I thought I'd have go in yew and this is the result:

R_Anderson_Yew


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Number 2:
Paul Silvey
Segmented candlestick which measures about 18" high x 4" diameter (450mm x 100mm)


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Number 3 Chris Pillinger
A yew bowl 11” diameter.

ChrisP_YewBowl



Number 4: Martin Burgess

An earring stand in Yew and base in Sapele.


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Number 5: Martin Burgess

A bowl in Ash with copper wire reinforcement..

M_Burgess_AshBowl1

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Number 6: Sid Green


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Number 8: Jim Cullen Oak Burr



J_Cullen_1oak burr bowld diam  8 inches

J_Cullen_1Burr base showing grain characteristics




Number 9: Richard Withers
Green resin lipped sycamore bowl

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Number10: Chris Pillinger
152 x 50 mm piecrust edge, not sure of the wood type.

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Number 11: Jim Cullen
Colourised Mahogany plate 11"

J_Cullen2Mahogany Platter diameter  11inches

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