Pictured below is a wooden display stand than I make for my Native American style flutes.
This flute stand is a good way of using up small scraps of wood that would otherwise be thrown away. The flute stand provides a nice throne for your Love flute to sit on when not in use. I think there is a certain sculptural grace to this flute stand that complements the flute. The stand is given a couple of light coats of polyurethane and then rubbed smooth with fine steel wool. The finish itself is hardly noticeable so there’s a nice woody feel to the flute stand. This sets off the Love flute to advantage. I could have cut corners and made a simpler, less time-consuming flute stand. However, that would be like displaying a diamond on a two by four. This small flute stand is not very stable because of the small base. It would be suitable for a secure place like a shelf or mantel place.
Individual Flute Stand
Made of Walnut and Maple.
Holds 1 flute.
This is a revolving stand that holds five flutes.
The top is mounted on a ball bearing lazy susan so that it turns around to make accessing individual flutes easier. It is about thirteen inches in diameter. The pegs are ¾ inches in diameter for a 7/8 inch bore flute. A custom stand can be made to hold smaller bore flutes. The stand is finished with several coats of semi gloss polyurethane. I try to keep a few of these flute stands in stock in various woods. Contact me for availability.
Because these stands are heavy and require special packaging the shipping is $20.
Made of Purpleheart and Maple.
Holds up to 5 flutes.
This is another revolving stand that holds seven Native American flutes. It is the same as the five-flute stand except that it is about sixteen inches in diameter. The pegs that hold the flutes are ¾ inches in diameter for a 7/8 inch bore flute. They are available in various woods.
Available in Zebrawood (as shown), and Purpleheart, Maple, African Mahogany or Oak.
Contact me before ordering for wood type availability.