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Medusa Makeup Organizer, Wood Jewelry Dish, Greek Statue, Medusa, Wood Phone Stand, Gorgon, Wood Lipstick Holder, Greek Mythology, Roman Art

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Medusa Makeup Organizer, Wooden Jewelry Dish, Medusa, Wood Phone Stand, Mythology Gorgon, Wood Lipstick Holder, Greek Mythology, Roman Art

Designer style makeup organizer made from gorgeous upcycled padauk wood.
The phone cut fit to iPhone 6, iPhone 5, iPhone 4 and phones with similar sizes.

*** Approx size ***
Width: 36 cm (14.2")
Height: 10.5 cm (4.1")
Thickness: 2.2 cm (0.9")
Cut: 1.2 cm (0.47”)

Holes: 19
• 2 x 4 cm (1.57”)
• 2 x 3.5 cm (1.37”)
• 3 x 2.5 cm (1”)
• 9 x 2 cm (0.78”)
• 3 x 1 cm (0.39”)

*** Details ***
All of our products are made from upcycled wood. The wood used is from leftovers and thrown away pieces from the local furniture and flooring factory.
Quality is of utmost importance for us. After the organizer is carved and carefully sanded by hand, it’s seasoned with food-grade raw linseed oil along with the water-resistant traits of beeswax and carnauba wax. In between coats (3 or 4), the organizer is washed, letting the grain raise and then hand rubbed to a smooth silky finish to assure a professional quality surface. Seasoning takes a minimum of a week to allow the oils to fully penetrate the organizer and dry after. We just can’t rush a good quality finish.
Made with love and care in the heart of Europe!

You will receive the exact item that you see on the pictures.

NOTE: The accessories shown on photos are not included in the listing price.

*** Brief Story ***
Medusa (Bernini) is a marble sculpture of the eponymous character from the classical myth. It was executed by the Italian sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Its precise date of creation is unknown, but it is likely to have been executed in the 1630s. It was first documented in 1731 when presented to the Palazzo dei Conservatori in Rome, and is now part of the collections of the Capitoline Museums.
Nothing is known about its creation, and parts of the sculpture’s execution undermine Bernini’s authorship of the sculpture, most notable the heavy, exaggerated eyebrows and the rough treatment of the snakes.

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Medusa Makeup Organizer, Wooden Jewelry Dish, Medusa, Wood Phone Stand, Mythology Gorgon, Wood Lipstick Holder, Greek Mythology, Roman Art

Designer style makeup organizer made from gorgeous upcycled padauk wood.
The phone cut fit to iPhone 6, iPhone 5, iPhone 4 and phones with similar sizes.

*** Approx size ***
Width: 36 cm (14.2")
Height: 10.5 cm (4.1")
Thickness: 2.2 cm (0.9")
Cut: 1.2 cm (0.47”)

Holes: 19
• 2 x 4 cm (1.57”)
• 2 x 3.5 cm (1.37”)
• 3 x 2.5 cm (1”)
• 9 x 2 cm (0.78”)
• 3 x 1 cm (0.39”)

*** Details ***
All of our products are made from upcycled wood. The wood used is from leftovers and thrown away pieces from the local furniture and flooring factory.
Quality is of utmost importance for us. After the organizer is carved and carefully sanded by hand, it’s seasoned with food-grade raw linseed oil along with the water-resistant traits of beeswax and carnauba wax. In between coats (3 or 4), the organizer is washed, letting the grain raise and then hand rubbed to a smooth silky finish to assure a professional quality surface. Seasoning takes a minimum of a week to allow the oils to fully penetrate the organizer and dry after. We just can’t rush a good quality finish.
Made with love and care in the heart of Europe!

You will receive the exact item that you see on the pictures.

NOTE: The accessories shown on photos are not included in the listing price.

*** Brief Story ***
Medusa (Bernini) is a marble sculpture of the eponymous character from the classical myth. It was executed by the Italian sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Its precise date of creation is unknown, but it is likely to have been executed in the 1630s. It was first documented in 1731 when presented to the Palazzo dei Conservatori in Rome, and is now part of the collections of the Capitoline Museums.
Nothing is known about its creation, and parts of the sculpture’s execution undermine Bernini’s authorship of the sculpture, most notable the heavy, exaggerated eyebrows and the rough treatment of the snakes.

Thank you for visiting CreativVess!

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Padauk, Raw Linseed Oil, Carnauba Wax, Beeswax
  • Feedback: 33 reviews
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