• Dee Synnott Wood Craft

    Bowls and cups turned on a foot powered Viking style lathe. Hand carved spoons. Items to buy, workshops, gift vouchers

  • ABOUT

    Dee Synnott carves wooden spoons and turns bowls, cups and locking-lidded containers on a foot-powered lathe. No sandpaper, no power tools.

  • SHOP

    CUPS, BOWLS, SPOONS, WORKSHOPS, GIFT VOUCHERS

    Gift Certificate
    40.00
    Gift Certificate
    50.00
    Gift Voucher
    70.00
    Salad Bowl
    50.00
    Sycamore Cup
    35.00
    Squat Sycamore Cup
    35.00
    One Handled Sycamore Porriger
    35.00
    Tooth and Scallop Design Sauce or Baby Bowl
    30.00
    Tooth and Scallop Design Sycamore Bowl
    35.00
    Bowl Workshop 11 January
    70.00
  • CONTACT

    Get in touch to arrange private workshops, demonstrations or order bespoke pieces.

    Dolla, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
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  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    Markets, Workshops, Demonstrations

    Nenagh Craft Fair, Abbey Court Hotel

    1 December 2019

    Bowls, cups, spoons and an assortment of containers for sale in Nenagh.

    7th and 8th December 2019

    Dee will be selling his work at the Chapel Lane Christmas Market in Newport. Beautiful bowls, spoons and cups.

    11 January 2020

    Learn how to turn a bowl on a foot powered lathe that you can make yourself. Vegetarian lunch included.

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  • CARING FOR YOUR WOODEN ITEMS

    Wood is a very different material to ceramics or plastic, and such, it has very different qualities and needs.If soaked in water, it may absorb too much and be difficult to dry it properly, if stored too close to a heat source like a radiator, it may crack.

     

    Taking care of your woodenware

    1. Wash gently with warm, soapy water. (not boiling)

    2. Make sure it is properly dry before stacking it. (Drip and towel dry)

    3. Occasionally, oil the woodenware with raw food grade linseed or walnut oil, this will help the wood stay lovely for years to come.

    4. With use, the colour of the wood will change, and this change should be enjoyed. Woodware's ability to absorb colour creates a personal archaeology

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