Every time I return to Tasmania I am excited to experiment with wood. My father is a woodturner/ craftsman and always has bits and pieces left over from his work.
These pendants have been created using off cuts destined for the burn pile. Once sanded back they reveal the most amazing patterns
Created using a Tasmanian Timber
Nothofagus cunninghamii, the myrtle beech, is an evergreen tree native to Tasmaniaand Victoria, Australia. It grows mainly in the temperate rainforests, but also grows in alpine areas. ... It is often referred to as Tasmanian myrtle within the timber industry.
Like finger prints, no two pendant is alike.
Each piece is hand sanded, then attached to an adjustable cord.
Pendant is approx 30mm
Created in Tasmania, Australia