Elmer Martinson in MI.
Made this great looking mallet.
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Elmer Martinson in MI.
Roman Steichen in MD made this awesome
tenderizer mallet with apple sticks in epoxy
and apple green PearlEx. Beautiful!
John Barlow in UK turned can tab pulls, bottle
openers and espresso coffee tamper. Nice work.
Doug Lowery in VA loves turning these tenderizer
mallets and sells them all!
Michael Armstrong, Ontario, Canada turned
this espresso coffee tamper. Beautiful!
Roman Steichen in MD made this great meat
tenderizer mallet and engraved the handle.
Tom Fronapfel in NV turned these two pizza
cutter handles. Nice clean designs.
Skip Hayes in TN turned this lovely array of kitchen
utensils for the craft shows. Nice work.
Jeff Kay in OK turned this pizza cutter handle from
Figured Maple. Great looking handle.
Mathes Burke in CA turned this
Neapolitan ice cream scoop handle.
Jim Walcott in AR does creative engraving on the
tops of meat tenderizers for that special chef!
Nancy Brooks in VA made these festive pizza
cutters with sculpturing Apoxie. Very Mexican!
Doug Lowery in VA turned a Cocobolo head and a
Bubinga handle for this meat tenderizer mallet.
Sam Angelo used the Niles meat
tenderizer to create these great cookies!
John Morgan in TX made this 57mm espresso
coffee tamper for his nephew. Beautiful!
Tim Gaddie in MN turned these two meat tenderizer
mallets. Beautiful work.
Bruce Jordan in Calif. turned figured Poplar
to make this meat pounder and garlic press
Peter Dorrins in Quebec, Ca, made this
stainless meat tenderizer mallet.
Niles 3 meat
Meat tenderizers, turned resin and dyed burl.tops.
Rich Zakrzewski in NY made this terrific meat and
chicken pounder mallet and engraved his initial.
John Pargeon in FL turned these two meat
tenderizers. Very user friendly shapes.
Another angle of Carl Jacobson's
Maple Burl meat tenderizer mallet.
Louis Mattia in IN turned this awesome and unique
meat tenderizer. Meat on one end with chicken
pounder on the other end. So original!
Tom Gaskill from HTG Woodcrafts
made these great pizza cutters.
Barry Tonkin turned this attractive top for an
espresso coffee tamper. Beautiful work!
Tom Gaskill in NC turns wonderful handles for
pizza cutters and sells a Lot of them!
Henry Doolittle, WA, turned this great
bottle opener and can tab pull combo.
Barry Tonkin in WA turned these two awesome
espresso coffee tampers. Nice work!
Richard Rutter, spalted Magnolia made for a friend
whose Dad passed away and had planted the tree.
Tom Gaskill in NC turns a lot of pizza cutter
handles and sells at local Farmer Markets.
Bob Rosand cuts and re-glues colorwood to make
handles: ice cream paddle and pizza cutter.
Jerry Haynes in TX makes and sells a lot of these
ice cream paddles. Attractive handles.
Bruce Hoium in MN glued up Ebony, Red Heart
and Maple for a tenderizer and coffee tampers.
Michael Roper in CO turned this terrific
espresso coffee tamper.
Matthew Daly, MN, used Granadillo wood to
make this beautiful espresso coffee tamper.
Mike Schuler made these meat tenderizers and
a whiskey bottle stopper. So attractive!
Frank Kobilsek made this awesome
meat and chicken tenderizer!
Jeff Borst in NY turned this great tenderizer
mallet using the meat and chicken parts.
Greg Pennington in CO uses my
mandrel to make beer tap handles
John Dreese collects unique stones. This
is a beautiful meat tenderizer handle!
Jon Moore, NY, turned a Spalted Maple chicken
press and Walnut meat tenderizer.
Gary Heinzig, MN, made this
awesome Pizza Night Special set
George Eickhoff, MO, made this meat
and chicken tenderizer mallet. Nice!
Jamie Brunk in TX made this tenderizer mallet
for a Christmas gift that was well received.
Aaron Smith in TX, created this
patterned plywood coffee tamper.
Dave Hunter made the handle for his
coffee tamper using coffee beans in resin.
Stan Smith turned these two great meat
tenderizers as special gifts.
Dave Hunter, MT. A customer wanted
a coffee scoop on top of the coffee tamper.
Dave Hunter in MT, pine cone in
resin. Handle on coffee tamper.
Paul Quinn in Australia turned this coffee
tamper handle from Osage Orange.
Hank Wittner in TX made this stainless
meat tenderizer set for his wife. Nice.