David's father, James Gillespie's bowls are each hand made, and not turned on a lathe. Each bowl shows the tool marks giving a testimony to it being a hand made product. Each of his bowls are food safe and make great displays as well as functional tools that should last for many years!
Traditionally used for making bread but nowadays also used for storing fruit on the table.
Wider and longer for Making Bread.
Sometimes called a Bread Tray.
Approx 21" Long by 11" wide and 3.5" High
Sometimes called a Swedish Salad Bowl because of its shape. Poplar Wood, Very "Poplar" style! 5" Deep for a LOT of "Dough" Approx 21" Long by 11.25" wide and 5" High
Sometimes called a Swedish Salad Bowl because of its shape. Poplar Wood, Very "Poplar" style! Approx 14" Long by 7.5" wide and 3.5" High
James makes bread boards out of Walnut, Cherry, Oak, Maple, and other woods. Prices start at $20 each. Each board is usually about 11"-12" wide and about 20" long and has a hole to hang up and out of the way. Call James for current wood selection and current pricing. Cheese Boards also are available.
"New Style" Idea taken from an over 100 year old original bread board, Landis Valley Museum, Lancaster Co, PA .
Cut on our sawmill of local Cherry Wood
When available, Walnut cut from our Sawmill.
Please contact James Gillespie for current pricing if you are interested in purchasing a rolling pin at (864) 855-0495 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hardwoods vary according to availability, Maple, Cherry, Walnut, etc.
Hardwoods vary from Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Curly Maple available please contact us for availability.
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James has had a great honor allowed him. The Late, Clint Walker, star of the "Cheyenne" show, and star in " The Night of the Grizzly" had one of James's bowls in his home on his own mantle! Mr. Walker called James on the phone and spoke with him for a few minutes. He also signed a copy of his CD featuring his songs.