We craft a small range of items for use beyond the dojo. Each of these items was a custom order, finished to the same standards as our weapons. If you would like something similar (or something brand new) you can as always, contact us.
This cutting board is an end-grain board made from hickory, jatoba, and black walnut, measuring about 12x18”. Cutting boards can be made from a variety of species, and either end-grain or long-grain oriented.
Make the best tortillas you’ve ever had with a tortilla press like this. This press was crafted from honey locust and hickory woods, and finished with a food-safe finish.
These small coat hooks and hat racks are built from scraps that would otherwise have been thrown out and hooks from iron or repurposed objects.
These matching racks are made of black walnut, hickory and stainless steel.
These boxes are designed based on a pattern for a traditional Japanese-style tool box. Once is made from maple and walnut, with bloodwood wedges. The other is made from maple, walnut, and jatoba.
These Nine Mens Morris and Fanorona boards were made from cherry and black walnut. The game pieces were made from live oak (plain and ebonzed). The carrier was build from cherry.
Cars and airplanes crafted from solid wood.
No. I am not currently accepting requests for estimates and orders. However, you can email if you'd like a notification of when I open the queue back up.
I am moving across the country, and until I am settled in a permanent location, I will not have tool access or workspace.
I hope to begin accepting orders by the end of 2017.