Roger Waterhouse Wood Turner
Roger beautifully turns both artistic and functional wooden bowls in his bespoke workshops. Based in Ashover the choice of wood is almost always directly related to his surroundings in Derbyshire.
Verified by Make Works Derby & Derbyshire March 2018
The time it takes to make a bowl is dependent on the type of the wood (green or seasoned, straight grained or twisted), the intricacy of the design and the size required. The actual shaping can be relatively quick in relation to the rest of the process.
|Turnaround Time||4 weeks +|
|Starting Cost||Up to £100|
|Production Access||project specific|
|File Types||pdf, jpeg|
MaterialsAsh Beech Birch Cedar Cherry Chestnut Show more
ProcessesCarpentry Finishing Sanding Spray finishing Routing Sawing Show more
MachinesSander Saws Band Saw
Video: Make Works Derby and Derbyshire visit Roger Waterhouse in Derbyshire.
Roger has adored working with wood his entire life, from making wooden items of furniture for his family to discovering the process of wood turning at the age of 30. Roger is fascinated by how you can work into wood to reveal its beauty, and how no two pieces are the same. He sources his wood carefully, often from free standing local trees which produce wood which has warped, spalted and/or twisted.
Contact Roger Waterhouse Wood Turner
|Map||View on Google Maps|
|Address||Demonsdale Farm, Ashover, Derbyshire, S45 0EY|