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Welsh Lovespoon carved from a single piece of New South Wales rosewood

comments (5) June 3rd, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

DavidStanley DavidStanley, member
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A welsh lovespoon carved, as per tradition from a single piece of timber. The lovespoon is carved from a native Australian timber New South Wales rosewood, unstained and finished with shellac and wax.

It features chain links, a swivel, three egg-shaped balls in a cage and a heart motif with birds, ribon and plant form decoration. It is approximately thirteen inches by three and a half by one inch.


Design or Plan used: My own design - David Stanley

posted in: Reader's Gallery, carving, Welsh lovespoon


Comments (5)

puzzler puzzler writes: Thank you for the kind comments everyone.
Posted: 1:01 am on June 5th

jheller jheller writes: Amazing! your website has a lot of great lovespoons as well-

whimsicalwood.com

thank you for sharing


Posted: 2:14 pm on June 4th

oldworld oldworld writes: Yes. very beautiful and the craftsmanship is great nice work

Posted: 12:08 pm on June 4th

Uncle_Stanley Uncle_Stanley writes: That's one heck of a traditional labor of love. Move over Mr. Gibbons.
Posted: 6:57 am on June 4th

jverreault jverreault writes: That is stunningly beautiful. Wow.
Posted: 12:52 am on June 4th

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