High quality and beautifully designed timber creations made from Tasmania’s finest timbers are now available direct from the maker, Graeme Young. Wood on Salamanca is one of the Salamanca Market’s largest and most extensive wood stalls and has been the sole outlet for Graeme’s fine woodwork. Products go to all parts of the globe. As a result of the Covid19 restrictions and the closure of the Salamanca Market sales are now available direct to the public outside the Market. Graeme makes an extensive range of cutting, serving and cheese boards from the Tasmania’s fine timbers such as Huon Pine, Blackheart Sassafras, Blackwood and Myrtle. The range can be viewed on his website and bespoke boards are regularly made to specification. The boards are complimented with a range of salt and pepper grinders, fitted with high quality Danish mechanisms. Many other items from the wood turning lathe are also available such as rolling pins, honey sticks, earring mushrooms, cheese knives, pens, bottle stoppers, bottle openers, 50 year calendars and requests for specific wood turning are welcome. The timber has been sourced over the years from Sustainable Timbers Tasmania in log form. Graeme mills his own timber, air drying it for at least 12 months then finishing the drying process with 2 weeks in his kiln. As a result he is able to provide finished timber products from some of the finest and best quality of Tasmania’s renowned timbers. Graeme doesn’t have a shop as such but items can be viewed online and freight easily arranged. For those that would like to view products firsthand then a trip to Graeme’s workshop in the picturesque hills behind Margate can be arranged by calling Graeme direct.