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St Erth Elm No.12 Hand made Cornish Wood Bowl Turned By Zennor Made

St Erth Elm No.12 Hand made Cornish Wood Bowl Turned By Zennor Made

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Cornish Elm, Tung Oil
  • Favorited by: 4 people
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From United Kingdom
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Description

Hand turned from Cornish Elm.

The elm tree this bowl came from, fell down in a storm in February 2016.

I source all of my materials myself from fallen trees and process the wood from the ground to finished product, often turning wood green to give a more natural form once dried as with these.

This Elm appeared to have died a while ago from Dutch Elm Disease and was dead standing for a considerable time until it fell in a storm, the resulting timber has not shrunk as much as other green woods i use, however the grain patterns and detail are beautiful, with enhancements from the staining of the grain and where possible, I try to make items from the more unusual/interesting sections of the tree.

This bowl number 12 of a series made from the same tree. See my other shop items for more bowls from the series or visit my website for more details about the whole process of the series from start to finish.

Dimensions (approx)

Diameter - 130mm (5")
Depth Internal - 60mm (2 1/4")
Depth External - 70mm (2 3/4")

Finished with pure Tung oil.

Not suitable for wet foods such as soups or cereal etc. As the wood is not water tight. Would be suitable for dry foods or salads. Or for non food use.
Hand turned from Cornish Elm.

The elm tree this bowl came from, fell down in a storm in February 2016.

I source all of my materials myself from fallen trees and process the wood from the ground to finished product, often turning wood green to give a more natural form once dried as with these.

This Elm appeared to have died a while ago from Dutch Elm Disease and was dead standing for a considerable time until it fell in a storm, the resulting timber has not shrunk as much as other green woods i use, however the grain patterns and detail are beautiful, with enhancements from the staining of the grain and where possible, I try to make items from the more unusual/interesting sections of the tree.

This bowl number 12 of a series made from the same tree. See my other shop items for more bowls from the series or visit my website for more details about the whole process of the series from start to finish.

Dimensions (approx)

Diameter - 130mm (5")
Depth Internal - 60mm (2 1/4")
Depth External - 70mm (2 3/4")

Finished with pure Tung oil.

Not suitable for wet foods such as soups or cereal etc. As the wood is not water tight. Would be suitable for dry foods or salads. Or for non food use.

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