Studio Quirolo

 I am busy turning and carving wood  harvested from Chinsegut Hill Manor, red gum, long leaf pine, camphor and citrus. Each wood is wildly different in character, each with a story to tell. The historical significance of the people who lived at Chinsegut Hill in the early 1900s is quite amazing. I work with a great amount of reverence turning this wood and hope that each vessel will spark an interest in learning more about Chinsegut Hill Manor and the people... Raymond and Margaret RobinsElizabeth Robins and Lisa von Borowsky. Throughout this web site there are links providing you with more information about wood, history and the  people who nurtured the trees that made this Chinsegut Wood.   Craig Quirolo

                 To view the Chinsegut Collection click here 

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Elizabeth Robins
Raymond Robins
Cinsegut Hill Manor
                                                                Moon Bowls
           These bowls are turned, carved and are colored with a gilding wax.  Moon bowls reflect the uninhabited nature of the moon that gives rise to an unfettered  appreciation of our planet. Great for meditation or offerings.                                      Protect our planet,  it is the only home we have.
Chinsegut red gum moon bowl.  
private collection
Natural base bowls
             in progress