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Trinket Box, Storage Box, Keepsake Box, gift for Him, gift for Her.

Trinket Box, Storage Box, Keepsake Box, gift for Him, gift for Her.

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$221.71

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Fiddleback Jarrah, Huon Pine
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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From Australia
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Description

This Trinket Box is crafted from fiddleback Jarrah with a top and trim of Huon Pine. Lined with brown double velvet.

Dimensions:- L300mm X W160mm X H70mm.

The Box that is pictured is the Box that the buyer will receive and will be shipped in 1 to 3 business days. It is shipped via Australia Post with signature on delivery and is insured against loss or damage.

Overseas customers from countries other than those listed please contact me for shipping costs.

Jarrah
“Eucalyptus marginata”

Jarrah is a unique Australian hardwood renowned for its versatility. Jarrah trees grow on the iron and aluminium rich plains of south-western corner of Western Australia, from the ranges east of Perth down to Albany. They are slow growing, their roots often reaching to great depths in search of nutrients and water. Their long, straight trunks, can grow up to 40 metres tall and 2 metres in diameter, creating beautifully coloured and grained timbers, which reflect the hues of the Western Australian landscape. The heartwood varies in colour from rich reds to browns. The texture of the timber is moderately coarse and even-textured grain, although some interlocked, wavy grain may feature, creating interesting fiddle- back figuring. Jarrah's decorative qualities make it prized for use in furniture, turnery, joinery and parquetry.

Huon Pine
" Lagarostrobos franklinii "

This rare wood comes from the wild forests' of western Tasmania. It grows in lush wet rainforests along with myrtle, blackwood and other species.
Huon pine has a rich golden texture, and an exquisite smell and touch. A unique quality of huon pine is the unusual figuring that sometimes occurs, giving the impression of birds' eyes on the surface of the wood. When this occurs, which is rare, it is called birds eye huon pine, making it extremely valuable.
Huon pine contains a natural oil which gives the wood a unique fragrance which is never lost. This oil makes up 7% of the tree's volume. A box made from this wood will always retain the fragrance of the oil when the lid is opened. This natural oil makes the wood resistant to water penetration and rot, making huon pine an ideal timber for boat building. This has made Tasmania famous for boat building since the days of the early convicts.
Because of this unique quality it was felled indiscriminately, and has become extremely rare. It is now a protected species and can be sourced only from dead fallen trees by specially licensed wood collectors. Huon pine can vary in age from hundreds to thousands of years, and some existing trees may be 5,000 years old. The rich creamy yellow wood is soft, durable, smooth, oily and light weight. The wood is very easy to work with and takes a high polish. Huon Pine is the most durable of Australian timbers, and logs, which have lain on the ground for several hundred years are still being harvested and milled.
Huon pine can only be found in Tasmania and it's timber is highly sought after by woodworkers for furniture, craft wood and turning .
This Trinket Box is crafted from fiddleback Jarrah with a top and trim of Huon Pine. Lined with brown double velvet.

Dimensions:- L300mm X W160mm X H70mm.

The Box that is pictured is the Box that the buyer will receive and will be shipped in 1 to 3 business days. It is shipped via Australia Post with signature on delivery and is insured against loss or damage.

Overseas customers from countries other than those listed please contact me for shipping costs.

Jarrah
“Eucalyptus marginata”

Jarrah is a unique Australian hardwood renowned for its versatility. Jarrah trees grow on the iron and aluminium rich plains of south-western corner of Western Australia, from the ranges east of Perth down to Albany. They are slow growing, their roots often reaching to great depths in search of nutrients and water. Their long, straight trunks, can grow up to 40 metres tall and 2 metres in diameter, creating beautifully coloured and grained timbers, which reflect the hues of the Western Australian landscape. The heartwood varies in colour from rich reds to browns. The texture of the timber is moderately coarse and even-textured grain, although some interlocked, wavy grain may feature, creating interesting fiddle- back figuring. Jarrah's decorative qualities make it prized for use in furniture, turnery, joinery and parquetry.

Huon Pine
" Lagarostrobos franklinii "

This rare wood comes from the wild forests' of western Tasmania. It grows in lush wet rainforests along with myrtle, blackwood and other species.
Huon pine has a rich golden texture, and an exquisite smell and touch. A unique quality of huon pine is the unusual figuring that sometimes occurs, giving the impression of birds' eyes on the surface of the wood. When this occurs, which is rare, it is called birds eye huon pine, making it extremely valuable.
Huon pine contains a natural oil which gives the wood a unique fragrance which is never lost. This oil makes up 7% of the tree's volume. A box made from this wood will always retain the fragrance of the oil when the lid is opened. This natural oil makes the wood resistant to water penetration and rot, making huon pine an ideal timber for boat building. This has made Tasmania famous for boat building since the days of the early convicts.
Because of this unique quality it was felled indiscriminately, and has become extremely rare. It is now a protected species and can be sourced only from dead fallen trees by specially licensed wood collectors. Huon pine can vary in age from hundreds to thousands of years, and some existing trees may be 5,000 years old. The rich creamy yellow wood is soft, durable, smooth, oily and light weight. The wood is very easy to work with and takes a high polish. Huon Pine is the most durable of Australian timbers, and logs, which have lain on the ground for several hundred years are still being harvested and milled.
Huon pine can only be found in Tasmania and it's timber is highly sought after by woodworkers for furniture, craft wood and turning .

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