One Good Turn



Each piece is made of natural woods.  No stains, paints, or dyes have been used.


Clean as you would any fine wooden surface.  Wipe with a damp cloth and dry.  Shine with an appropriate polish or paste wax.


Do not cut on the surface, soak, or freeze!  As with any woodenware, do not clean in dishwasher.  If your new piece has a suede-tex (felt) bottom, avoid getting the bottom wet.

We are now teaching classes in Collingswood at The Factory, an artists work space in the old Collingswood Theater.  Visit their website, for a class schedule and more information about The Factory.

Unique, Handcrafted Designs

in WoodTurning

Woodworking has become more than a hobby for me.

It has become a way to celebrate creativity and

craftsmanship. My pieces are not stained or painted.

They are finished natural woods.


With more than 40 years of experience in creating

my woodworking style, I can ensure quality

craftsmanship in each of our products. For each

of my pieces, I put together contrasting species

of wood then “turn” or shape the resulting

piece on a lathe. This process is called

polychromatic turning. Each unique piece is

a one-of-a-kind, natural and beautiful object of

art as well as a utilitarian piece of home decor.


One Good Turn, LLC in Haddon Heights, New Jersey,

offers one-of-a-kind colorful woodcraft to decorate your home, entertain guests, or give to loved ones as a gift

they will cherish forever.

In the video below, Kirk is demonstrating one of the
techniques he uses when constructing segmented
pieces. Here he is adding a final rim to a large bowl,
showing cutting, gluing, and more.
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