Timberly Wood Turning

Terry Scott

Creative Woodturning


Terry Scott
320 Hunua Road
Papakura, 2583
P: (09) 297 7051
M: (021) 998 493

Thank you for viewing my website. I hope you have enjoyed viewing the work that we are producing "down under" here in New Zealand. If you are in New Zealand you are welcome to give me a call and have a look at our work in person at the Timberly Gallery.

I welcome any comments and questions regarding my work.

For sales or commission enquiries  please state the name and gallery number of the piece. This information is attached to each picture in our galleries by clicking on a gallery thumbnail picture.

Unless  stated sold or unavailable all items are for sale similar pieces can be made

Payment can be made by Cash , Money transfer ,Cheque ,or Visa and  master card available

All sales are quoted plus Postage and Packaging

Commissions one off works a speciality .


Read What people have to say

The bowl arrived today. It is totally gorgeous. The photos do not do it justice and I am thrilled with it. I know my sister will love and cherish your work.

Regards Mary  England

Hi Terry, I am still in shock! I just opened a parcel this morning from New Zealand and found your bowl inside! I am so, so touched, thank you very, very much.

I have always wanted to own one of your pieces, and I cannot believe that now I do!

Tegan - English Woodturning magazine

Absolutely delighted with the bowl, it is a masterpiece

Mary Duder

Thanks for an awesome Seder plate - everyone I have showed has been very impressed.


Hoping this finds you all well and spring is moving into summer down there.

Today I opened the mysterious box which had my office abuzz.....and of course it was your wood/pewter vessel and my fabulous new corkscrew.....excellent.   I like it more in person then even in the pictures.....really special and it made it here perfectly.  THANKYOU

At the Taupo Jamboree My peice Yew Beut won Ist in Artistic woodturning Below is what the  judge Rex Haslip had to say:

Terry Scott’s Hollow form immediately took my eye. Each time I looked at it I noticed something new, the Paua, the subtle changes to colour, the natural wood inside.
People have done this type of thing for years, but Terry had added some of Terry to this piece and it reflected his willingness to push the boundaries with embellishment.
All this on top of what was a well turned hollow form, great form, great technique and great use of colour and texture.
It felt as it looked, again light and airy, yet it had that rustic hardy aura to it.
Finished off with three small feet on a narrow base, the piece looked like it was floating.

Rex Haslip