Mayflower Woodcrafts

A unique collection of artistry in wood

The creation of Mayflower Woodcrafts

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  • Handmade Water Buffalo and Camel Bone walking stick

  • This was specialy made for a friends 80th birthday. His grandchildrens names are engraved on the hallmarked sterling silver collar
  • A turned Walnut bowl with a pyrography centre highlight

  • Private commission
  • A collection of 4 Wican Wands

  • Custom order for a "white" witch who wanted a specific wand for each of the seasons. Made from Yew (winter), Rowan(Autumn), Ash(summer) and Apple (spring).
  • Stunning Shepherds Crook Handle Walking Stick

  • The horn is bent to shape using heat and pressure. It is then hand carved to the shape as seen. Once finished I run through at least 7 finishing processes including sanding from 180 grit down to 1000 grit. Once completed the handle goes through another three polishes using a cloth wheel and finally finishing off with a Carnauba wax polish.
  • One of my first attempts at Stick Making

  • Lime (Bass Wood) hand carving with real glass eyes. This is part of my private collection.
  • A pyrography and water colour picture of a local landmark. Burnt onto a Birch laminate.

Handmade Water Buffalo and Camel Bone walking stick

This was specialy made for a friends 80th birthday. His grandchildrens names are engraved on the hallmarked sterling silver collar

A turned Walnut bowl with a pyrography centre highlight

Private commission

A collection of 4 Wican Wands

Custom order for a "white" witch who wanted a specific wand for each of the seasons. Made from Yew (winter), Rowan(Autumn), Ash(summer) and Apple (spring).

Stunning Shepherds Crook Handle Walking Stick

The horn is bent to shape using heat and pressure. It is then hand carved to the shape as seen. Once finished I run through at least 7 finishing processes including sanding from 180 grit down to 1000 grit. Once completed the handle goes through another three polishes using a cloth wheel and finally finishing off with a Carnauba wax polish.

One of my first attempts at Stick Making

Lime (Bass Wood) hand carving with real glass eyes. This is part of my private collection.

A pyrography and water colour picture of a local landmark. Burnt onto a Birch laminate.