About Bryan Milham
I am a full time ‘jobbing woodturner’. I decided right from the outset that I would be a spindle turner, as opposed to a bowl turner. As a turner of wood I actually have both skills to turn either and do so regularly, as some items I make do require a turned base and bowls are always a useful item around the home. But as both a spindle and a production turner, I am capable of making the same item many times over, accurately. I remake staircase balusters (spindles) and other architrave parts for Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian or other homes to replace those broken over the years and no longer available through modern sources. I make replacement parts for antique restoration and clock makers as well as turned wooden parts for engineering works. I am also a maker of crafting tools from lace bobbins to parts for spinning wheels. I am an Association Of Woodturners of Great Britain (AWGB) approved demonstrator and Certified Woodturning Tutor. I am also available for Organisational and Church Group talks.
Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian staircase balusters (spindles) Other house architrave parts e.g. roof finials Replacement parts for wooden antiques and heirlooms Craft Tools of all types
Open to the Public?
Yes, by appointment only
Provides Course / Training
Available for Craft Fairs
Available - please ask about pricing