Here are some examples of household items decorated with Pyrography. Many kitchen utensils are perfect for pyrography, and items like spoons & rolling-pins are traditional wedding and anniversary gifts. Other items are made for pyrography, in fine-quality sycamore.
You can see more recent items here on Flickr.
This chopping board, decorated with ivy leaves is available for sale.
This cheeseboard was given as a Christmas gift, complete with a set of special cheese knives.
This magical spoon was commissioned at the Halloween Festival.
This lemon squeezer was given as a Christmas gift.
This mortar and pestle, decorated with herbs, is currently for sale at Treadwell's Bookshop.
This utensil box, complete with spoon, was commissioned as a handfasting gift for Drew & Woody.
Sam says : "It's been a while so I'll remind you that you made me a fantastic present, a wooden utensil holder with a tree and an inscription to my dear friends Woody and Drew. Well they LOVED it, they were deeply touched and are putting it to good use! Thank you again and I will make sure that anyone that asks is put in your direction, hope you keep on with the good work!"
These special boards came from Sweden - they are intended for cutting and buttering bread, and come complete with a typically Swedish wooden butter-spreader.
These spoons and spatulas were made for the Pagan Network Conference 2006.
These egg-cups were commissioned at the Halloween Festival.
Nicola says : "Ooh they're stunning! Amazing. I'm really happy. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your service, your communication has been great and I've really appreciated being kept so up to date with how they're coming along."
These herb boards were made for sale at the Phoenix Picnic 2005, Halloween Festival 2005, and Pagan Network Conference 2006.
This child's nameplate was commissioned for a birthday gift for a boy named Rowan, and was specially cut from Rowanwood.
This egg timer, decorated with oak and holly leaves, is currently for sale at Treadwell's Books.
This mortar and pestle, decorated with herbs, was sold at the Pagan Network Conference 2006.
This door hanger was made as a gift.
This set of egg-cups and poppy bangle were made as a gift for Roedean School's 2005 charity Auction of Promises, supporting the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, the Down’s Syndrome Association, and the Pioneer Homecare and Emergency Medical Service.
Victoria, the Charity Prefect, says : "Wow! Thank you so much! Everything looks fabulous!"
This pair of picture frames was made as a gift for Bill's brother, to celebrate his wedding day.
This herb board was made on commission. It is made of rubberwood, and comes complete with a mezzaluna knife.
For more magical items like this, look on the Pagan & Magical page.
This set of bookends, about 6" tall, were made on commission, as a Christmas gift from a friend to her husband. The bookends themselves are beautiful quality sycamore, purchased from Dalescraft via EBay. The tiger required considerable practice to get right!
These kitchen items were made for sale at the Phoenix Picnic and Halloween Festival.
This bowl, decorated with the 20 Ogham plant and tree correspondences, was sold at the Phoenix Picnic.
I made these picture frames for my beloved, Bill. They were a Christmas gift, to hold the photos of his visit to meet the meerkats.
These egg-cups were made as a gift for my sister and her partner.
I made this dragon keyplate (shown here without hooks), and matching keyring for my sister, on the occasion of her buying a house.
Dad will doubtless be pressed into putting it up for her! It fixes with sawtooth picture-hangers fastened at the back, to avoid the need for visible through-screws. Bill helped me fix these on, as precision is essential, to avoid the fixing holes or points of the screws fixing the hangers on coming through to the front.
This Herb board, decorated with a variety of herbs and complete with mezzaluna knife, was sold at the Phoenix Picnic 2005.
Keyplate, 12" x 4"
This pine keyplate (the central portion only is shown here, and without the key-hooks supplied) was ordered as a housewarming gift. Keyplates are available in lots of shapes and sizes, and can also be cut to order, as this one was. Pine is not an ideal material, but these are available in sycamore also.
If you would like to purchase an item, or commission something from me, please contact me with details of your requirements, or take a look at the Sales page for some examples.