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This video shows the making of a small wood carving knife. Here are some other videos that show similar projects involving woodworking tools. Making a woodcarving knife without power tools: https://youtu.be/0r0WL26PaFs Making a carpenter's marking knife: https://youtu.be/C5BSr2Lx8qY More at: Web site: http://www.waltersorrellsblades.com Instagram: walterstactix Twitter: @WalterSorrells Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WalterSorrellsBlades Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/WalterSorrells
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Warmoth now offers Stratocaster® and Telecaster® replacement necks in Brazilian Ebony (not to be confused with Brazilian Rosewood). Brazilian Ebony is a wood rarely imported in the West, that has many characteristics in common with traditional African Ebony. Learn more about this wood here: http://www.warmoth.com/Guitar/Necks/NeckWoods.aspx#BrazEb See all the Brazilian Ebony guitar necks in stock now here: http://www.warmoth.com/Pages/ClassicShowcase.aspx?Body=1&Path=Spotlight&nWood=64&?mobile=no
This is a c.1850 Sri Lankan carved solid ebony box. It's Anglo Indian and a nice size, It measures: 23cm by 14cm and stands 8 1/2 cm height. It has a working lock and key with a relined interior. The ebony is brassbound to the inside to keep the ebony tight on the corners and consequently it's in beautiful condition, no splits and in really good order.
Artist carving an elephant out of ebony
This pipe is quaint, smooth and has a black shine. i love this pipe its a middle ground between a long and a short pipe, its perfect for drawstring bags and since the bowl is wide and shallow you have a perfect bowl of any dokha you want. the smoke is cooled slightly giving you a nice throat hit although, harsher blends are still best smoked in a longer pipe. Get it here: http://www.mastersofmedwakh.com/shop/ebony-african-wood-medwakh-pipe/ Find me ▼ Twitter: @Narschool Instagram: @TheDokhaCollective and @Narschool Snapchat: @Narschool Website: www.DokhaCollective.com Music ▼ OKZIDE - his channel https://www.youtube.com/user/OkzideGFX ProleteR - His Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/proleterbeats (If you want specific titles of the songs used, just ask in the comments)
A black dice tower that I am selling on ebay on ebay for auction. The tower has a ramp at the bottom plus 3 hand carved beams inside which make the dice tumble uncontrollably. This prevents any possibility of cheating. The tower is 13.5 inches tall and 4.5 inches wide at its widest. The base is 7x7 inches by 3/4 inches. The tower is adorned with 6 dice and the base 4. Ebay location: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GAMING-DICE-TOWER-WARHAMMER-HEROSCAPE-D-D-ETC-/181761088329?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item2a51ce1b49
The Makonde tribe, an African tribe, was regarded as the cradle of woodcarving in East Africa. They live in Tanzania, Mozambique and have a small presence in Kenya. Makonde people are famous for their fanciful woodcrafts, embodying their spiritual beliefs and family life. Let's take a look of the video! International Wood Culture Society (IWCS) IWCS: http://www.iwcs.com/ Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/InternationalWoodCultureSociety Wood Culture Tour: http://www.woodculturetour.org/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WoodCultureTour World Wood Day: http://www.worldwoodday.org/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/worldwoodday
Gorgeous hand carved solid Ebony statue from Bali, Indonesia. It measures 4 ft in height and 1 ft. in width. It is heavy! Old, not antique but my best guess is around 50 to 60 years old. The statue is carved on the front and back with the beautiful rich variagation of the Ebony featured clearly. It is a master work and currently FOR SALE. Please call me for the price: Penny Cell: 707-536-5022 or at my rug gallery in Sebastopol, CA: 707-823-3355 http://www.paradiseorientalrugs.com/ More photos here http://www.paradiseorientalrugs.com/gallery/albums.php?set_albumListPage=2
Kia ora,with this carving I have made it to look like the heads that are on the carving at the prow of the maori war canoe.
http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=13587 - Newel.com: Antique English Victorian carved ebony parasol with black lace and floral & grape carved handle (English, Victorian, accessories, umbrella, ebony) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Carved this very weird, odd, unique wooden spoon out of Ebony and Walnut to use to scoop out my coffee grounds in the morning. "MY FAVORITE TOOLS" -- https://thirdcoastcraftsman.com/tools/ Website -- https://thirdcoastcraftsman.com Instagram -- https://www.instagram.com/thirdcoastcraftsman/ Facebook -- https://www.facebook.com/ThirdCoastCraftsman DISCLAIMER: Woodworking and the use of power and hand tools can be extremely dangerous. You are responsible for understanding the safe use of your tools and techniques. Your safety is YOUR responsibility, I accept NO responsibility or liability for any injuries, accidents, death occurring to you or others if you attempt to do the things that I do or use advice that I give. Wm. Walker Co.'s Spoon video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X...
SivaBlood carved of ebony
http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=2749 - Newel.com: Antique English Anglo Indian floral carved ebony fernery with circular top and pedestal base (19th Cent) (English, Anglo-Indian, misc. furniture, fernery, ebonized) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)