A wooden bowl made from a piece of reclaimed Sycamore that was knocked down during Hurricane Irma in September of 2017.
The tree was knocked down with the winds from Irma and was marked to be taken to the landfill. I was able to recover a good portion of the tree and milled the wood.
The color and grain of the wood is beuatiful ranging from a light tan to a honey. There are several knots and natural inclusions in the wood. giving it character.
On the base of the bowl there is some of the bark retained. The wood was dry when I turned it and is very light for its size weighing only 7.95 ounces.
The bowl is finished with a high gloss polyurethane giving it a bright shine to highlight the grain and color of the wood.
Do not machine wash or soak in water, clean with a soft damp cloth and air dry.
Wood Type: Sycamore
Height: 4 inches
Width: 7.75 Inches
Bowl Depth: 3.25 inches
Weight: 7.95 oz.
Finish: High Gloss Polyurethane