Larry Morgan Woodturner

Brick,  NJ 
United States
  • Booth: 405

My work makes use of many materials to created the products that I make. I use, in addition to wood from around the world, bone, stone, .acrylic. deer antler as well as blanks created with stamps, labels and pieces of wood all cast in colored resin. I use these materials to fashion my designer pens, Pepper grinders and shaving sets.


  • Tourquoise Shaving set
    Razor and brush made with Tourquoise...

  • Handles made from tourquoise stone Also available in several other semi precious minerals. Brush is Badger hair and the razor uses the Gillete Mach 3 cartridge.

  • Base Ball Rollerball pen
    Roller ball Pen in platinum and black titanium with polymer clay baseball....

  • Baseball pen  made to represent a baseball and ash bat. The metalwork is platinum and black titanium.
  • Roller ball pen shaped like a pool cue
    Pen is made to mimic a pool cue....

  • Pen sports an hand inlaid design on the cap whle the end of the lower section  contains the rollerball pen. The very tip is a stylus for a touch screen
  • Potpourie bowl
    walnut bowl with pewter lid holds potpourrie...

  • Square  block  of black walnut shaped and hollowed to hold potpourrie mix. The bowl is capp ed with a pewter lid in floral patterm.
  • Patagonian Rosewood Pepper and Salt grinder set
    two grinders are made from the same block....

  • Tall antique style pepper grinder in copper with smaller salt grinder. The  pepper grinder is stainless steel while the salt grinder mechanism is ceramic