Throughout the many years at Terry Waters French Polishing, our professional French polishers have discovered various beautiful wooden objects. However, these have got to be our most recent favourites, created by the Echo Carving team in the US. They are an award winning creative group that carve striking objects out of wood using a chain
Our French polishers are stunned after seeing this video of a gentleman who has been carving wood most of his life. Since the tender age of 10 he has managed to build a comprehensive collection of some of the most jaw-dropping wood carvings you’ll come across. The video shows Mr Merritt talking about his hobby,
Our French polishers have found a beautifully crafted wooden bathtub range Laguna, by Alegna. Their tubs are crafted with the appearance of perfect French polish applied.
Our team of French polishing experts seem to find no shortage of curiosities when it comes to discovering unusual wooden products. Just recently we came across a Ukrainian carpenter, Valerii Danevych, who carves fully functioning watches entirely out of wood. That’s right, fully functioning!
You’re probably wondering if our French polishing team have got a thing for bikes. We’ve previously showcased some great wooden cycles in our blog. But this one in particular caught our eyes because of its beautiful wooden frame.
Our French polishers love to keep wood looking its best. But it’s times like this, when we stumble upon things we’ve never even dreamed of, that makes French polishing all the more worthwhile and exciting. We’re hinting of a wooden record that we’ve discovered online and we just can’t keep our eyes off.
There’s no doubt that our French polishers love French polishing. But they also love driving around on the open road–the wind at their face, the sun shining down and music playing from the radio. There’s nothing quite like the freedom of driving a Vespa and there’s nothing better than seeing one made completely of wood.
We’ve written in the past about wooden bicycles and how great it would be to French polish them, but none of the bikes we’ve ever mentioned in the past cost $70,000 (£50,000). When we found this bike, we thought it merited its own blog.