WESTON   WHISTLES

hand-crafted instruments in Aluminium and Wood                   

MADE IN ENGLAND

The 'Westwood'

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These whistles are hand turned and finished using a variety of hardwoods. These examples are fashioned from Spalted Beech on the left and  Cocobolo on the right and also shown with presentation boxes shown

Every instrument is different in character as expected from a natural material. Whistles can be supplied in a hand-made wooden presentation box, in either matching or contrasting wood. The boxes shown below with with the whistles are in matching mahogany and Iroko.

Please feel free to e-mail or call me to discuss your personal preferences.

Each presentation box is laser etched and can include special wording if required. A limited number of Irish Pennies are available and can be inlaid into the lid if preferred.

Please call to discuss.

Tuning Slides in brass can be added and trims in either contrasting woods or brass.  Fipples can be made in aluminium or wood depending on preference

                                

                    SPALTED BEECH                YEW              IROKO WITH MAHOGANY BOX        LIGNUM VITAE    OLIVE                        COCOBOLO

       


SPECIAL COMMISSIONS

The Ancient Mariner. 

Crafted from 250yr old mahogany reputed to have been recovered 

from a wrecked sailing ship before being used as a door frame for a couple of centuries.

Whistle and box crafted from the same piece of wood.

This whistle is the only one of its kind as there was only enough wood without cracks, worm holes and stains to make one whistle and box.

Currently resides in America.

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The Indic Set.

This set was commissioned in Antique Indian Rosewood and tuned to Indic scales, including 4-hole Pentatonic . These were named after Hindu deities and engraved with the Sanscrit sybolism for One - these being the first (and only!) set of its kind. The boxes for these as seen on the clip are engraved with the Sanskrit symbols for Durga, Shiva, Mahshisha and Ohm.

Click HERE for a Video clip by Tony Hinnigan who shows what these whistles are capable of