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Woodland Woodturning

Woodland, PA USA

Handmade in USA, Laminated Wooden Rolling Pins


Handmade Wood Rolling Pins. Made In Woodland, PA - USA.

My handcrafted wood rolling pins are made from domestic and exotic hardwoods.  I rarely make two that are the same and I usually use whatever combinations of wood I have on hand at the time,  The wood is cut into thin strips (I start with 5-14 strips) and then I glue them  together into a blank. The blanks are left to cure for several months.  I then mount and turn the blanks on my lathe. I put on a coat of hand rubbed oil every day, sanding between coats. The sanding/oiling process takes about a week.

Hand Wash Only!   Never put any wooden rolling pins or cutting boards in a dishwasher. The high heat and harsh detergent will remove the finish and crack the wood.

New Batch October 13, 2009


Small laminated rolling pin with handles. Made from 5 pieces of Jatoba.

15 3/4"  x 2 1/2"   Working area is 9"

$75.00 plus shipping

                                          

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Small tapered laminated rolling pin. Made from 13 species of wood. All these woods are natural colors. Domestic and exotic wood.

11 1/4" x 2 1/4"  Working area is 8 1/2"

$65.00 plus shipping

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Small tapered laminated rolling pin. Made from 5 pieces of imported Jatoba.

11 1/4" x 2 1/4"  Working area is 8 1/2"

$65.00 plus shipping

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Small tapered laminated rolling pin. Made from 13 species of wood.  All these woods are natural colors. Domestic and exotic wood.

11 1/4" x 2 1/4"  Working area is 8 1/2"

$65.00 plus shipping

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Large tapered laminated rolling pin. Made from 8 pieces of imported Jatoba.

18 1/4" x 2 1/2"  Working area is 10"

$95.00 plus shipping

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Extra large handled laminated rolling pin. Made from 13 pieces of domestic and exotic wood.  Big pin with small short (3") handles.

23 1/4" x 2 1/4"  Working area is 17 1/4"

$95.00 plus shipping

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Extra large tapered laminated rolling pin. Made from 13 pieces of domestic and exotic wood. 

22 3/4 x 2 1/2"  Working area is over 14"

$95.00 plus shipping

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Extra large handled laminated rolling pin. Made from 13 pieces of domestic and exotic wood.  Big pin with large (3 7/8") handles.

22" x 2 1/2"  Working area is 14"

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My rolling pins usually contain about a dozen strips show when they are finished.  Both sides are different.  All the wood is kiln dried. They are heavy! Here is a wedding gift that will last a lifetime +.   I have met many people at shows that told me they have their grandmothers wooden rolling pin.   Finish is food grade oil. 

These are not mass produced, but are made in my workshop one at a time by hand, so I never have a large inventory and often have no finished pieces on hand.

Please email or call me and I will send pictures of what I have on hand, or discuss lead times for orders.

Rolling Pin/Cutting Board Sets

   
Large Board

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Medium Board

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Woodland Woodturning

2986 Egypt Road

Woodland, PA 16881  USA

(814) 857-7113

 

mailto:doc@woodlandwoodturning.com


 

 

DISCLAIMER

The maker of these rolling pins specifically disclaims any liability or risk of personal injury, property damage, or other damages, incurred directly, or indirectly as of consequence of the use of these products.

No warranty of any kind, Other than repair or replacement for defective materials or workmanship is given or implied with these items. Purchase of these items constitutes an agreement that the maker has no liability for their used application.

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Last modified: 10/01/11