Hollow forms, boxes and goblets

Hollow forms are similar to bowls but usually have a smaller opening and often require specialist hollowing tools

  • Square oriental pear boxBy David Buskell when attending the Jimmy Clewes masterclass at The Toolpost November 2013
  • Coloured boxBy Steve Frieze
  • Laburnum & African Blackwood vaseTurned by Brian Ash
  • Yew box with African Blackwood finialBy Hilary Sinclair
  • Yew bud vasesBy Brian Ash - uses plastic florists inserts to contain water for flowers
  • Pairs of Bud vases - Yew & EucalyptusBy Bernard Sinclair
  • box-richard-crook
  • Yew natural edge vaseBy Brian Ash with florists plastic insert for flowers
  • Lignum Vitae BoxBy Chris Barrett
  • Yew VaseBy Brian Ash - uses plastic florists inserts to contain water for flowers
  • Ash boxBy David Buskell when attending the Jimmy Clewes masterclass at The Toolpost November 2013
  • Segmented vaseBy Chris Taylor
  • Lignum vitae potBy Chris Taylor
  • Grass tree root vaseturned by David Buskell
  • Plum root vaseturned by David Buskell
  • Spalted beech box with finialturned by Derek Rixon
  • Spalted beech box
urned by Derek Rixon
  • Ply and shutterboard vaseturned by Gordon Cookson
  • Cherry salt box with beech spoonturned by Hilary Sinclair - swivel hinge and earth magnet closing mechanism
  • Cherry BoxTurned by Roger Poulton
  • Spalted beech vaseturned by John Abrahams
  • Elm burr vaseturned by Jeff Cordery
  • Selection of boxesturned by Richard Crook
  • Natural edge gobletturned by Len Freeman
  • Laburnum vaseturned by Pat Pierce
  • Mixed boxesMixed boxes turned by Richard Crook, Acacia, Brazilian tulipwood, Lemon wood and Box
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