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Semi Patinated Bronze Oak Grain Vessel

600.00
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Semi Patinated Bronze Oak Grain Vessel

600.00
sold out

A Solid Bronze sculpture of a natural edge English Oak wood vessel, showing the temporal nature of wood held still and given permanence by material which will last a thousand years. This piece was Hot cast by hand in England and then finished and polished to a perfect shine on the inside, while the outside is sandblasted and patinated with potassium sulphide and silver nitrate to create an antique black finish.

The Bronze Vessel measures 9cm tall x 15cm diameter

The original hand crafted natural edge wooden vessel was made from the wood of an English Oak tree brought down in Lancashire, England. The vessel was made while the wood was still high in moisture and has naturally reshaped and moved to create a unique form during the drying process. The shape of the rim is formed by the contours of the trees trunk and was carefully shaped to preserve the bark edge. The original bowl was prepared by hand to exaggerate the Oak tree's growth rings, allowing the wood grain detail to be preserved in the bronze casting. 

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A Solid Bronze sculpture of a natural edge English Oak wood vessel, showing the temporal nature of wood held still and given permanence by material which will last a thousand years. This piece was Hot cast by hand in England and then finished and polished to a perfect shine on the inside, while the outside is sandblasted and patinated with potassium sulphide and silver nitrate to create an antique black finish.

The Bronze Vessel measures 9cm tall x 15cm diameter

The original hand crafted natural edge wooden vessel was made from the wood of an English Oak tree brought down in Lancashire, England. The vessel was made while the wood was still high in moisture and has naturally reshaped and moved to create a unique form during the drying process. The shape of the rim is formed by the contours of the trees trunk and was carefully shaped to preserve the bark edge. The original bowl was prepared by hand to exaggerate the Oak tree's growth rings, allowing the wood grain detail to be preserved in the bronze casting.