Saturday, March 14, 2009

I met a fellow vendor last Thursday at Cross Roads. She makes soap from scratch in many different scents. She talked to me about an ash tree that had died on her property and also had an enormous bee hive in it. Here is her idea of what she wanted from the tree. The mortar as you see is a hexagon like what the bees create in their honey combs.

This mortar and pestle is cherry. It is smaller then others I have done. It's cost is $40.

Walnut is so pretty. You can see how the grain of these 2 matches. The cost is $50 each.

Last picture. The eating spoon($10). Carved up for a walnut bowl I gave to a friend for his birthday.

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