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Wood Turned Coffee Grinder by Marc Tannenbaum

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Wood Turned Coffee Grinder by Marc Tannenbaum

140.00

Wood Turned Coffee Grinder

 

THE STORY: 

The smell of Coffee in the air......

Looking for the perfect gift for the coffee drinker in your life, well this is it.  There is no doubt about it, whoever gets this coffee grinder will loose their beans over it.  Get it?  I said beans as in coffee beans. 

All kidding aside, this is a beautiful functioning piece of art.  True craftsmanship went into the design and creation of this coffee grinder. Made from Ipe and Mahogany.  Open the hopper, pour in your coffee beans, adjust the top nut for fine to coarse and crank.  The bottom bowl fills up with ground coffee.

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

 

THE SIZE:

approximately 6" x 12"

 

THE ARTIST:

Marc Tannenbaum - Charleston, South Carolina

Marc’s father taught him the basics of woodworking when he was still very, very young.  He developed a love of Wood turning which he has refined for the last 50 years.He produces a variety of pens, clocks, keepsake boxes, bottle stoppers and other items.  Most of his creations exhibit his signature style of combining a variety of exotic woods in special patterns  Sometimes his patterns are planned, focusing on symmetry, and sometimes he goes for serendipity. He spends far more time in the preparation of the wood blanks than in the actual turnings, gluing two pieces at a time, letting them dry for 24 hours and then adding the subsequent pieces until the blank is ready to be turned on the lathe.  After the wood blanks are prepared, he drills them and inserts a brass tube through the center to add stability and to accommodate the pen mechanism.  All pens will accommodate a Cross refill. His bottle stoppers are made using the same technique and usually a semiprecious stone, such as turquoise or geodes, are added to make them even more unusual. Marc and his wife Robin moved from the New York/New Jersey area in 2011. They were tired of the snow, and are now enjoying the warm weather and the hospitality of the South.  They have even grown fond of the 8 foot alligators living in the waters just beyond their back yard.

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Wood Turned Coffee Grinder

 

THE STORY: 

The smell of Coffee in the air......

Looking for the perfect gift for the coffee drinker in your life, well this is it.  There is no doubt about it, whoever gets this coffee grinder will loose their beans over it.  Get it?  I said beans as in coffee beans. 

All kidding aside, this is a beautiful functioning piece of art.  True craftsmanship went into the design and creation of this coffee grinder. Made from Ipe and Mahogany.  Open the hopper, pour in your coffee beans, adjust the top nut for fine to coarse and crank.  The bottom bowl fills up with ground coffee.

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

 

THE SIZE:

approximately 6" x 12"

 

THE ARTIST:

Marc Tannenbaum - Charleston, South Carolina

Marc’s father taught him the basics of woodworking when he was still very, very young.  He developed a love of Wood turning which he has refined for the last 50 years.He produces a variety of pens, clocks, keepsake boxes, bottle stoppers and other items.  Most of his creations exhibit his signature style of combining a variety of exotic woods in special patterns  Sometimes his patterns are planned, focusing on symmetry, and sometimes he goes for serendipity. He spends far more time in the preparation of the wood blanks than in the actual turnings, gluing two pieces at a time, letting them dry for 24 hours and then adding the subsequent pieces until the blank is ready to be turned on the lathe.  After the wood blanks are prepared, he drills them and inserts a brass tube through the center to add stability and to accommodate the pen mechanism.  All pens will accommodate a Cross refill. His bottle stoppers are made using the same technique and usually a semiprecious stone, such as turquoise or geodes, are added to make them even more unusual. Marc and his wife Robin moved from the New York/New Jersey area in 2011. They were tired of the snow, and are now enjoying the warm weather and the hospitality of the South.  They have even grown fond of the 8 foot alligators living in the waters just beyond their back yard.