Hand-painted artisan paddles
Each and every Project Sawdust paddle is hand-painted by Project Sawdust founder, Jesse Oberoi, out of his workshop in Richmond, Ontario. Each design is painstakingly taped, taking sufficient time to ensure the complete sealing of all edges. This deliberate, and time consuming process, leads to the beautiful, clean lines that characterize Project Sawdust artwork.
Although intended as decorative pieces, each paddle is finished with a minimum four coasts of polyurethane varnish, providing protection for your new artwork.
As of November 2019, Project Sawdust sources hand-crafted, Aspen wood canoe paddles from Campbellford, Ontario-based, Redtail Paddle Company.
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Are the paddles functional?Project Sawdust paddles are primarily intended as decorative art pieces. Although all Project Sawdust paddles are spraryed with a minimum four coats of protective polyurethane finish following painting, we do not recommend the paddles for use in the water.
Where do you ship?Project Sawdust ships throughout Canada and the United States.
How much does shipping cost?Delivery within Canada: $25 Delivery within the United States: $35 Free pickup on location in Richmond, Ontario.
Do you accept refunds?Yes, paddles can be returned in their original condition for a full refund within 30 days, less the cost of shipping (if applicable).
Do you make the paddles?No, the paddles are sourced externally before being prepared for painting by hand. As of November 2019, all new paddles are being sourced from Redtail Paddle Company. Redtail Paddle Co. handcrafts wood paddles out of their workshop in Cambleford, Ontario. Note: all paddle mounts are hand-made and finished in the Project Sawdust workshop.
Do you offer custom paddles?Custome paddles are avaialble on a case-by-case basis. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.