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Shipwright launches business making personalised wooden items.

Shipwright Carpenter Wood Working Workshop Peter Meredith, founder, at work showing his bespoke skills. The Fine Wooden Article Company.


– A SHIPWRIGHT who specialises in classic yacht restoration has started up a business making personalised wooden items such as benches, swing seats and wine racks.

The Fine Wooden Article Company, which is based in Saul, offers a range of products and services making items out of timber and other hard woods.

The company also makes bespoke upcycled products made from used wood they find from places like Sharpness docks.

They even use Jack Daniel’s whiskey barrels to fashion their handicraft.

Up-cycling involves converting waste material into new products of better quality or for better environmental value.

Founder Peter Meredith, who got into sailing as a teenager and later spent about 15 years as a captain of various wooden sailing ships, said: “After 12 months of trading all aspects of the business are delivering.” –