We cut this big dead Honey-Locust (Gleditsia triancanthos) at Boaz last fall. I cut him in half out there free-hand, which took nearly 3 hours, then hauled him home. After some flattening I cut the halves into 3.5″ slabs. I still had to use the tractor to move them.
Locust bowl with textured rim
Detail of the rim
Carved Pear-wood spoon
These pieces and a few other spoons and bowls are available for purchase and will be on the works for sale page soon with dimensions and prices.
My 5 year old son Obediah helped me document the sawing of a hefty locust log yesterday. The creative shot above is one of his.
Dead-fall Black Walnut
Carved Black Walnut
New Vessels in Black Walnut, Locust, and Maple. Some of these bowls are for sale on the Work for Sale page.