Record  "Catch-All" Bowls

I inherited a box of 78s from the early 1900s and a couple of misc. 12".  The 78s were too brittle to cut into something, too banged up to play, and pretty much worthless as a collector's item, so I melted a couple into "Catch-All " bowls.

Vinyl Guitar Picks, Coasters, Bookmarks

**I would NEVER destroy an album that was playable



David J. Kearney

This is a placeholder for other projects I am working on.  I always have curiosities about something, whether it's glass blowing, public speaking, writing, wood working, or some other creative endeavor.  Always seeking another creative outlet to explore and something to tinker with..whether ideas or something physical/mechanical .  Next up?  ???...but I am sure an inspiration is brewing.

Record Clocks

I inherited a box of 78s from the early 1900s.  They were too brittle to cut into something, too banged up to play, and pretty much worthless as a collector's item, so they became a timepiece.

Record  "Catch-All" Bowls

I started playing around with more modern records that I got for $.75 and melted them into "Catch All" bowls.

Vintage Equipment I Use and Have Rehabbed (to some extent) 

Walker-Turner The DRIVER Line Scroll Saw 1930's era

Atlas Press Company Drill Press 1940s era