Wooden wand with engraved Elvish

The full skinny on how we make our wands

First, we sort through the coppiced timber looking for potential wands. Anything with honeysuckle curled around it is a possibility Next, we cut them to length on site. I use a saw called a Silky Gomboy (catchy name). It is a Japanese saw and like many Japanese saws it cuts on the pull, not the push. The wand is then clamped in a shave-horse, you push with your feet and it clamps the piece, leaving…

Oiling Boards

There is a lot of work preparing these wooden boards, then about 3 hours under the laser, but you still don’t really know what you’ve got until the oil goes on. Perry Bond Just watch this Golden retriever board Each board is a one-off, and they sell quite quickly, so we’re keeping a record of our boards over at Pinterest If there’s an image you would like to see on a board, just leave a…