Richard had been turning wood in his workshop in Oxford, UK for several years making a wide range of products, including bowls and platters, many with his signature multiline inlays, as well as sculptural pieces. He made one-off pieces, both functional and artistic, and covering a wide range of prices, always with an eye to quality, design and beauty.
Please contact us to get more information about work in the galleries.
The star piece for winter 2019 is one of his new discus art forms made from a horse chestnut tree known to have been planted in about 1710; the diameter is 34cm.
We can meet orders through this website site - but please check by email first to make sure that the site is up to date and that any item you would like to purchase is truly in stock.
In trying to send a wooden gift to friends in New Zealand we have discovered that it is impossible to courier anything wooden to that country. Sadly therefore we must advise visitors to this web site that it will not be possible to order work from New Zealand (or Australia).
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