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Timber Turning and Carving

Sourced ethically and sustanably at a global level, we have been stocking timber for over 20 years and are proud to have built a reputation for our variety of both domestic and exotic timbers.

Our exotic timbers are primarily sourced from Mozambique, from Dalmann, which we have visited first hand and provided a great deal of information for them to build their local opperations, gain government funding and support their team on the ground. This has given us great pride in the work we do together and makes each and every piece of timber we have from them very special. So whether you're looking for that next piece of Tamboti, a special piece of spalted Tamarind or you just like saying Mulumanhyama, our shelves are stocked for you next project.

We also stock an array of pen blanks, boards of lime for carvers (which can be cut to size but please call first) and also a number fo otgher timber 'stocks' such as boxwood and project pieces.

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