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Bottle Chandelier
by Tom Iglehart at North Glen

museums
The Museum of English Rural Life : information on George Lailey.
The Mary Rose Trust : information on the Tudor warship.
Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust
Weald & Downland Museum : museum of historic buildings
MuseumStuff : searchable museum-related database.

craftspeople
Hout Van Bomen: beautiful spoons and spoon making courses in the Netherlands by Jan Harm ter Brugge
Pinewood Forge: Del Stubbs, US maker of woodcarving knives
The Wood Turning Center : Philadelphia-based gallery dedicated to the art and craft of lathe-turned objects.
Woodworking from Coeur du Bois : gallery of woodworkers and their work.
Mark Hancock www.markhancock.co.uk
North Glen Gallery : amazing hand-blown glass, beautiful chandeliers

others
Nicola Wood research into preserving and promoting traditional crafts through multimedia.
The Heritage Crafts Association who support and promote heritage crafts as a fundamental part of our living heritage.
The Association of Pole-Lathe Turners - all about pole-lathes and find someone in your area who demonstrates or runs courses.
Sätergläntan: Swedish College of Handicrafts who run excellent short courses and are English-language friendly
Honeywine.com : who recommend drinking mead from a mazer.
French wood turning courses http://www.aucoeurdelarbre.com/
Andre Martel hook tools for power lathe turners
British Blades a fine forum for discussion of anything sharp
Bushcraft Living a good forum for bushcraft chat
BushcraftUK more bushcraft discussions.

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