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Serial Number:9859090 Style:Collector's Edition. Wood:Eucalyptus Burl Top:Walnut

Capacity: 90 cu. in.    Height: 10.75"   Width: 6.25"


$520

Serial Number:
9859090
Style:
Collector's Edition.
Wood:
Eucalyptus Burl
Top:
Walnut

Capacity: 90 cu. in.
Height: 10.75"   Width: 6.25"


$520


This is a Collector’s Edition keepsake urn. Born from a single piece of wood, this started as a block of green wood and has been transformed into a Work of Art. This piece has the exact same design and build process as Artistic Urns original Signature Series - the only difference is there is more “Wow!” in the wood character.

A keepsake urn is any piece that measures less than full size in terms of internal capacity. Popular if the wishes are to scatter a portion and keep the rest, or when dividing the remains among different family members. Many families obtain a keepsake as a memorial for the home to remember their loved one after the remains have been interred or scattered.

The Collector’s Edition features all of Artistic Urns trademarks

  • 100% MADE IN AMERICA
  • HANDMADE
  • SIGNED by the Artist
  • Assigned a SERIAL NUMBER
  • Secured with a THREADED TOP.

The Collector’s Edition for When Ordinary Won’t Do!

Eucalyptus conjures images of Australia, whose old-growth forests primarily consist of this large, strong tree. The tree grows from 135 to 300 feet tall and is the tallest known flowering plant on Earth. Although native to Australia, it was successfully introduced to California also grows in South America.

The heartwood is red to reddish-brown and will darken over time. The grain is slightly interlocked sometimes displaying a ripply or fiddleback pattern.

The traditional Aboriginal didgeridoos were created from the eucalyptus log and the oil is used for fuels, fragrances and insect repellents.

This piece includes Burl wood, an explosion of cellular growth, which yields highly figured and unique patterning prized for its beauty and rarity.

This Eucalyptus was sourced from a wood turner who brought it in from Australia. Unlike most of the wood we use, this wood was already “seasoned” providing our artists a whole different experience at the lathe.