Custom #103 - 12" Redwood Burl Bowl
Hand turned from extremely rare Northern California Redwood Burl, this one of a kind bowl is truly breathtaking. Featuring spectacular grain activity and detail, this bowl showcases cases the beauty nature is capable of. Perfectly suited to any luxury art collection, this masterpiece is our to be the focal point...
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World's Tallest Tree Species
Capable of attaining heights of nearly 400 feet, Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) is the world’s tallest tree species. It grows in a very limited area on the Pacific coast of northwestern United States, where heavy rainfall and cool, damp air create a unique environment for these trees. A related species, (Sequoiadendron giganteum), sometimes known as Giant Sequoia or Wellingtonia, produces similar lumber.
Mesmerizing Grain Patterns
Redwood lumber is very soft and lightweight, with a decent strength-to-weight ratio. It is also exceptionally stable, with very little shrinkage or seasonal movement. As you may know, a burl is created when a tree grows in an unusual way to compensate for stress, injury, insects, fungus, or viruses. This rapid and uncontrolled growth leads to mesmerizing grain patterns alongside beautiful figure.
This piece was buffed to a polished finish with Pure Carnuba Wax, to keep it looking its best, please avoid:
- Exposure to Liquids
- Exposure to Extreme Heat or Cold