Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Huebys Scrollsaw Art's Shop

Today I am kind of breaking my own personal rules on how I do my features but I'm going to feature a shop where I know the owner in person.  This shop's name is Huebys Scrollsaw Art.  His website is  He is located in my home town of Edgewood, NM.  He has been a member of Etsy since March 28, 2010.  I know his products personally and I know how well he makes his items and the workmanship that goes into each and every piece in his shop.  Let me tell you, the pictures do not do them any justice.  They are even more beautiful when you can hold them in your hand then what any picture can tell.  He cuts each one of these out using his scrollsaw.

One of my favorites of his is this Gentleman's Box.  This box is made out of 1/8" thick baltic birch and is stained walnut.  Its measurements are 8 1/4" by 8 1/4" and 3 1/2" deep.  The lid and base are 9 3/4" by 9 3/4" and is attached with 3/4" hinges.  The bottom is lined with blue felt. 

Another piece that I know first hand, the craftmanship that goes into it, is this .United States Marines Plaque.  I actually purchased one like this for a gift this past Christmas.  This plaque measures 10 inches in diameter.

Then he has this cross, (I've been eyeballing it at the craft shows).  Look at the details.  It measures 13" tall by 9" wide.  It is made out of 1/2" to 3/4" thick oak and is stained a cherry color and finished with polyurethane.

Don't take my word for it, check out his shop.  His prices are very reasonable.  He can do anything that you can think of I'm sure.  If you don't see anything you like, I would be very surprised.

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