The root wood of Sierra Buckeye (Aesculus Californica) a Californian species of the chestnut family has and amazing marble-like character of black and yelow swirls and knots.
The curved characteristics of the Forida Cypress wood from the Everglades has such a light if not porous nature. The tree grows deep in the mangrove swamps of Florida filtering tens of gallons of water a day.
This Silver Birch Mantle Piece clock came from a large burr carbuncle in the marsh woodland near Selborne village.
This English Yew (taxus baccata) Mantle Piece clock came from the chalk hanger directly overlooking the village of Selborne village.
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