This gorgeous vessel is hand turned from the crotch (the area where two branches meet) of an Oregon Myrtlewood tree. The woodgrain, spalting, and figure contribute to a completely unique and beautiful piece of art. This sculptural piece is sure to be a highlight amongst any decor, adding a natural element to your modern home.
Measures approximately 7 1/2" tall by 2 1/2" wide at the base, and 9.5" at the widest point.
Handcrafted in Coos Bay, Oregon
Rick Fox was born, raised, and spent much of his life in the city of Detroit. He now resides on the coast of Oregon, turning wood in his private studio. Rick is a founding member and mentor of South Coast Woodturners, a fine artisan guild dedicated to facilitating the art and craft of woodturning.