Ambrose is a woodsman who is passionate about craft. His workshop is nestled in the ancient Stannary town of Ashburton, within Dartmoor National Park. Each piece is skilfully crafted by hand from locally sourced materials.
Browse the Ambrose Vevers online shop
Source hand crafted stools, chairs, tables, benches, tongs, scoops, chopping boards, spatulas, butter spreaders and more.
About Ambrose Vevers
Producing unique contemporary furniture using traditional craft techniques. Steam bending, spokeshaving amongst other artisan methods adds a human warmth to his work, that modern machining lacks. He aims to make less saw dust and more wood shavings.
Sustainable, local and honest natural materials. Local sourcing of the material is an important part of his furniture making. I’m happy to say that 100% of the main materials used are from Devon. I actively manage a woodland where I coppice, fell and replant trees.
I use a portable sawmill that allows me to source my wood locally as well as a Woodmizer LT15 bandsaw mill. Winter storms sadly bring down many old trees. Often trees are cut up for firewood without respecting the value of the wood that lies inside. Sourcing my material in this way is very rewarding and allows me to use unseasoned green wood that is great to work with and steam bend.
You might also like
Discover more wood carving designs and British wood turners and furniture makers in the wood section of our directory
Discover more makers in our Ethical Consumer Marketplace
Are you a maker, grower or creative course provider? Like to list with us and benefit from joining our supportive community? We’d love to hear from you. Check out the packages we offer on our Join Us page and get in touch…
No Records Found
Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.
Google Map Not Loaded
Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.