This past weekend I took a time lapse of me (and my family) helping me clean the shop! It was quite the ordeal. This is all the wood chips for about 120 bowls. Usually I do all the clean up after each day but this time I saved it all to make this video. Enjoy!
It has been a very busy time at Cambridge Bowl Company. Winter, and in particular Winter Break, usually is the busiest time for the grounds crews and landscaping companies around Harvard's campus. This year, a few trees came down and I was lucky enough to get the wood. The three big wood sources are some [...]
After a few months of drying, trimmings from the branches of Harvard Yard are ready to be turned into bowls and pens. More wood is on the way!
A special thanks to the Crimson who spent the time to sit us down and talk about Cambridge Bowl Company. Read the article below! Link to the Crimson
The 2 massive Red Elms that shaded Gore hall for over 100 years were removed this weekend and are now waiting to be processed. Looking forward to turning this beautiful wood. This was surely one of the oldest trees on campus.
Items are now available at the Harvard University Marshal's Office! Items include multiple live-edge bowls and fountain pens from Harvard Yard. Some of these items were used as gifts by President Faust on a recent trip visiting international delegates..
Today 4 trees were removed from Burden Hall at the Harvard Business School. These trees included 3 Linden trees and 1 Plane tree. The bowls will be turned soon and should be available within the next 6 months. Special thanks to Cambridge Landscape Company for loading the wood into the truck.
Welcome to Cambridge Bowl Company!September 2015 Cambridge Bowl Company officially launches selling bowls, pens and prints made from the grounds of Harvard University. So far we have wood sources from Harvard College, Business School, and the Arboretum and we are always looking for more! Within the next year we hope to make items from the [...]