Scottish ash coffee table with sculpted surface depicting the rippled sands in Culbin, Moray
Impressive 2.7m (9ft) diameter circular table with walnut inlay. Designed and handmade for the Carnegie club members at Skibo Castle.
A walnut coffee table, inlaid with rippled sycamore, fumed oak and burr walnut.
Scottish oak side table with a steam bend base.
A Cedar and walnut coffee table. One of the pieces made from Sandy and Al’s cherished cedar tree that came down in a storm.
An oak circular dining table to sit eight.
Ebony and boxwood humidor.
Made from wood harvested from Speyside.
A Coffee table. The top represents the peaty waters of the River Spey. It is supported by ten rocks that are sculpted from Speyside timbers, with the top of the largest boulder breaking through the coffee coloured water to be exposed above.
Oak jewellery box, with hand-carved pictish knotwork.
Scorched elm side table.
Rippled sycamore jewellery box inlaid with coloured woods and framed by rosewood stringing.
Made from rippled cherry, sycamore and bog oak.
Designed and made by Duke, this circular table for The Glenrothes Distillery includes boxwood tasting notes inlaid into rosewood banding.
Oak sculptural side table.