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#29 - Giant Hebridean Vessel in Charred Oak with Stitch-work Repair

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Giant Oak vessel that has been charred, wire brushed and scrubbed back before finishing with a linseed oil and beeswax then burnished with a stiff brush and finally repaired with waxed cotton stitch-work.

This particular vessel is the first ever piece Barnaby turned at this giant scale, a precursor to the giant vessels we have created for our upcoming showcase at Collect Art Fair in Somerset House. These Hebridean forms reference the beautifully intricate multi-carinated Hebridean Jars discovered in the Northern and Western Isles of Scotland. These were thought to have been in use from around 3000 - 3500 BC (although historical timelines are often subject to change!) We've absolutely delighted in exploring these vessels, so many different curves and elements to play with proportionally.

This Oak is sourced from Plashett woods in Little Horsted, East Sussex

H: 66cm x D: 36cm

Product Care

Our vessels are intended as sculptural and artistic works that are only suitable for dried goods if you should choose to accessorise them. When cleaning or dusting the works the best approach we have found is to use a stiff nail brush to buff the textured surface free from any dust or dirt. If they need further cleaning add a touch of water with a damp lint free cloth and buff the surface again with the brush followed by drying the piece off with another lint free cloth.

Further info

  • Packaging

    All works come wrapped in a linen/cotton cloth to protect the material as well as eco-friendly packaging.

  • Sustainably sourced

    We exclusively use British timbers that have been responsibly sourced in or around Sussex, UK.

  • Dispatch

    We aim for all orders to be dispatched within 5 business days of order.

  • All works in this collection have been crafted using a single log from Plashett Woods in Little Horsted, East Sussex