Wizard Staffs, Staves and Walking Sticks of Red Cedar & Other Southeastern Hardwoods

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Natural Wood Sculptures

Natural Wood Sculptures Mingled with Crystals and Minerals

Very interesting and unique items sculptured by Nature for your home and garden. Featuring natural sculptures made from Red cedar and dogwood including some embedded with a variety of quality crystals and minerals.

mineral spheres cedar wood sculptures

Our products are made primarily from eastern red cedar trees. After the life-cycle of the tree has completed it then begins an amazing process of decomposition. As the softer wood slowly rots away the red core of the cedar tree is exposed, leaving an intriguing display of cedar grain and burl wood. The trees I harvest are carefully selected for each one's particular character and unique charm . The core wood of a red cedar tree is naturally resistant to decomposition, many stand in the forest for decades. I clean and minimally shape the wood to accentuate the natural beauty, merely a calling forth of the designs carved by Nature.


Garden Accents

You will find very interesting and unique natural wood specimens to enhance your every garden. Plant stands, supports, decorations, and one of a kind items brought from the cedar forest to your door


We make beautifully turned and natural red cedar clocks. Available by special order only.

 freeform cedar clock

Contact us for more info on our wooden sculptures.

 Cedar Sculpture with clear quartz crystal cluster


Wood Works

Wood Spirits

Known by many names: Wood Spirit, Wild Man, Savage Man or Woodwose. The next time you stroll through the woods, keep an eye out for you may be fortunate enough to encounter one of these elusive beings. (more)


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Cedar Root Wizard Staffs Staves Hiking & Walking Sticks by Mark Gaskins

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