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The Antediluvian Sect - Ash Wood Vessels

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***If you would like to read a little more about how these pieces came into being, you can check it out here...www.naturalselectionstudio.com ***

So if you don't know or have never heard the word antediluvian, frankly it means really old. Now this wood is not that old. It is the way the wood looks at this point which makes it look very old( this process I will be blogging about very soon). These pieces were turned green and out of crotch(where the branches intersect one another) sections of Ash logs. So there is a mass of very compressed wood with different stresses going in different directions. When you release the tension, the wood will move. These little beauties will look and feel wonderful anywhere in your home or office. There are 4 pieces total. Thanks for looking.

These vessels measure from smallest to largest:

1-5/8" tall by 1-3/4" in diameter through 2-5/8" tall by 2-3/4" in diameter.

All bowls are finished with lemon oil.

**If, at the time of shipping, actual shipping costs result in an overage being paid by the seller, all overages will be refunded.**

**To all International customers that are interested, please contact me so I may quote you an exact amount on shipping. Thank you**

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The Antediluvian Sect - Ash Wood Vessels


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lemon oil, ash wood
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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