BURR ELM decorative bowl with pyrography, ‘maggots' and a silver staple. A bowl turned from stunning Scottish burr elm with lots of natural detail. A wide heavier rim has been coloured black and a band of pyrography added around the bottom edge of the rim. A small square has been coloured red and an Edinburgh hallmarked and makers mark silver staple has been added above it across a natural crack. ‘Maggots' have been carved around the bowl. These are markings that have been found on Neolithic pots here in Orkney and are named purly due to their look. This exception piece is a real beauty. Finished with several coats of oil and buffed. 150mm x 215mm⌀
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Product code T188
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