Wooden bowls

The propolis varnish can be used to treat wood by using a brush or cloth. Great for wooden products which are used for storing or serving food or wooden products which can be in contact with skin or use this varnish if you want to give propolis fragrance to a wooden product. The propolis varnish gives antibacterial and disinfectant properties to a wooden surface. It highlights and gives a natural shine to the wood. It is not advised to form a thick layer of varnish. You can use a thin layer of natural beeswax on top of the varnish to give a better protection. The beeswax can be renewed from time to time.

The varnish is very concentrated and can be diluted with technical denatured ethanol. Varnish can contain minimal beeswax sediments. Use the varnish only for its intended purpose.


Richard - master green woodworker

Richard is an experienced green wood worker, wood sculptor and dugouat canoe maker. Richard’s passion to green wood and solid wood creations has grown together with him since his childhood days. Richard’s father is also a wood worker and carpenter and has led his son into the beautiful world of working with wood. Richard has gone through all the traditional steps of becoming a master woodworker - starting from an apprentice, then journeyman and then receiving his Master degree in Latvian chamber of crafts. Richard’s passion to wood is not only sculpturing and carving it but also knowing the wood in a scientific level. So Richard has studied in Technical university as a student and reached his degree of Doctor in engineering materials science, so he has combined the craft, nature and science in his life and work. While working in furniture making during the studies, with making different kinds of difficult wood carving for Jugend, Barrocal, Renesance design style furniture, Richard has discovered that he tends to get back to more rustic, robust and natural forms of wood, so he created a park of massive wooden sculptures, wood crafts museum and live workshop where Richard lives and creates wooden bowls, plates, boats and accepts visitors to share his work and lifestyle.

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