Toasting Glasses In Spalted Maple (Wedding And 5th Year Anniversary)

Glasses turned on a lathe from a single block of Ambrosia Maple to be used for the toasts at the celebration of a fifth anniversary. These glasses are turned in a traditional style and are fully functional. The finish on them is walnut oil and carnauba wax on the exterior and mineral oil and beeswax on the interior to make them completely usable.

They stand roughly eight inches high and three inches across and, following the tradition of the Irish Wedding Goblet, each pair is made from a single solid block, both cut from the same timber.

—————————————————————
KEYWORDS: wood glasses, wooden glasses, hand turned glasses, lathe turned glasses, fifth anniversary, 5th anniversary, anniversary, Irish wedding glasses, Irish glasses, toasting glasses, wooden toasting glasses, wooden anniversary glasses, wooden fifth year glasses, medieval glasses, medieval wedding, renaissance glasses, renaissance festival, wedding glasses, wedding toast, wedding toasting glasses, marriage glasses, marriage toast

View Shipping & Maker Policies

Made in Elon, NC

By ShopDog Turnery

All of our products are handmade
by expert makers.

  • Stacey

    Stacey's review

    • Oct 15th 2013

    I loved working with Jim! What a talented, kind man. He kept me posted the entire time and I felt like I was working with someone I had known a long time. I asked Jim to make my daughters toasting glasses for her wedding.
    My only regret was not discussing size. I felt they turned out too small (but that's maybe because I drink wine from a HUGE glass). BUT my daughter loved them and is so happy with the results! That's all a mother could ask for, right?!
    I have to mention that upon my concerns I mentioned to JIm, he was willing to (without cost to me) correct my issue and make me new glasses. But that was not necessary, due to my daughters delight with her toasting glasses.

    Thank you Jim for making these special gifts for our daughters wedding!!

    Stacey

More Projects by Jim Barbour

Other projects you might like

Also Appears In