Carl Jacobson turned this Maple Burl
tenderizer mallet on his youtube
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Another angle of Carl Jacobson's
Maple Burl meat tenderizer mallet.
Richard Grossman in MO turned this
Ebony stopper with a pearl guitar
fingerboard marker for a friend.
Steve Crescenzo in NC created these bottle openers
with Lichtenberg fractal wood burning!
Theresa Roberts in WI, created
this gorgeous bottle opener using
a vintage knife handle. Perfect!
Don Bertschman created another bar set with
a stopper, bottle opener and paring knife in
the center. Great gift idea.
A few more from Curtis Fuller. These
are simply spectacular.
Curtis Fuller turned and burned these
amazing bottle openers as gifts
Milt Petersen in GA turned these wine bottle
stoppers with stone inlays. See his Etsy shop
Beautiful blown glass wine cooler and stopper by
Karen Robbins, See great art work on her Website.
Barry Tonkin in WA turned these two awesome
espresso coffee tampers. Nice work!
Earl Doan, in Africa, created these Air Force
Firefighter whiskey stoppers on a 3D printer!
Darla Baker in KY made the resin blank and turned
this unique wine stopper. Visit her Etsy shop.
Mark Lockridge's wife saves egg shells,
he put them in resin and it looks great!
Cindy Rowsey in IL "Screw 2020" stoppers with
turned wood screws. They are for sale.
Jean LeGwin, NC, adds individual detail to each
stainless bottle opener. Gives each one class.
Jennifer Ufkin in MN used a vintage silverware
knife handle on this Gun Metal bottle opener.
Bob Rotche, in VA, amazing carved sunflower
bottle stopper. Check Bob's website.
Great details in this carved sunflower by
Bob Rotche. Visit Bob's Website.
Jay Hanf in TX made these whiskey bottle
stoppers. Great shapes.
Ann DelGaudio in FL uses vintage silverware
knife handles to make elegant bottle openers.
John Simpson created these bottle cap openers.
The inlay is beautiful as are the pewter buttons.
Al Iacullo, NJ, made this awesome
wine bottle stopper. Love it!
Roger Ziegler in WI made these very Regal
stoppers for top shelf Bourbon bottles. Great!
George Eickhoff, MO, made this meat
and chicken tenderizer mallet. Nice!
Kurt Rogers, The Turning Junction, turned this
Banksia Pod, filling it with resin. Beautiful!
Earl Doan created this original
design on a 3D printer.
Scott Polzin in MN turned this
gorgeous bottle stopper top.
John Broach, SC. Fills Sea Urchins with resin
in mold then turns the tops. Fantastic!
John Broach, SC. Glued pieces
of colorwood for balloon stopper
Kristene Zimmerman, PA. Glued
beads to stopper top (SS-9005).
Colette Becker, Garmany
Makes glass bead stoppers
Something different! Ron Shaffer, CA,
created a lollipop floral arrangement.
Close up of flowers made on the Joyner Off
set Jig by Ron Shaffer in CA.
Mr. Kakizawa in Japan makes these unique
bottle stoppers. Superb craftsmanship.
Fantastic Idea! Jim Baustian, DE, puts the
stopper inside the barrel so it fits over the neck.
Kimberly Glover did awesome burning
detail on this stopper.
Mats Bjornstad, Norway, created this awesome
meat tenderizer and chicken press set. He used
burl and walnut in resin. Mats' Website
Dave Cunningham, HI. Perfect low-profile
wine stopper made from cocobolo wood.
Rick O'Ryan, woodsongs.net Cello
bottle cap opener: beautiful!
Lee Westlund, WI. Metal leaf on brass stopper.
Toni Menk, KY. Such creativity! Cute glass
fish on stainless steel bottle stoppers..
Diana Henderson, RI. Beautiful
espresso coffee tamper.
David Sisk, TX. Love that the emblem
is on the side. Perfect orientation.
Tom Borener in OR, did these fabulous stoppers.
Rich Fasel acrylic
Rich Fasel. Canary wood and resin. Love the
wood on the top and the bottom.
Charlie Drake, OK. Awesome work!