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Edward Wild Vase Table


Exhibiting At Top Notch


Top Notch At The Devon Guild 7th March - 12th April

Selected Guild Members show a selection of the finest contemporary furniture along with a display of beautifully hand-made interior accessories to complement these 'top notch' designs.

Devon Guild of Craftsmen

Out And About In Devon


Come and see how I work


A chance to see some of my latest pieces and find out how they have been made.

Meet The Makers At The Burton Art Gallery;  Bideford 29th November 10.30 am - 1 pm

Devon Guild of Craftsmen 13th December  -All day


See What’s Really Going On In The Studio...... The making of the Burnett Table



See The Story Behind The Burnett Table, From Raw Timber And A Rough Burr To The Final Elegant Tables


The Burnett Table

 “I’ve seen your hall table, and I want a vase table in the same style”  This is how the Burnett table developed, an idea, some sketches, more sketches, a design lots of ideas and finally the finished piece.

As soon as I had done the first sketches I knew this was also the piece for some amazing chestnut burr and curly birch I had been drying in my workshop for several years.  There would be lots of fun and challenges to  turn the rough timber into the final piece in my mind.

The burr was cut into thick veneers, dried and prepared for use, whilst the birch was going to give me many problems with its incredible and complicated figuring, lots of planning, and lots more sharpening.


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Christmas Crafts and Contemporary Prints 2014


Trees Returning Home


I am delighted to have a selection of jewellery and occasional boxes at the Shire Hall Gallery in Stafford for the Christmas Crafts and Contemporary Prints Exhibition. Some of the woods used were felled in Stafford by my brother and are now returning to the county in which they grew for this exhibition.Jewellery Boxes by Edward Wild