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Grass Tree Bowl 356

This species of Grass Tree is only one of 29 to produce a solid wooden core. This core can take up to 550 years to form and can only be found in the isolated forests of South Western Australia. The plant needs to be dead for at least 3-5 years before the wood can be salvaged. Less than 0.1% of these dead species yield a usable stump. A diminishing habitat and extremely slow growth rate ensure that these stumps will be an increasingly rare commodity.

  • Grass Tree bowl 356

    Natural Edge

    265mm diameter x 90mm deep Turned by E.Stratford.

    $180.00
Range: Bowls Age: Grownups Wood: Grass Tree Tags: bowl, bowls Share: Facebook

Grass Tree Bowl 358

This species of Grass Tree is only one of 29 to produce a solid wooden core. This core can take up to 550 years to form and can only be found in the isolated forests of South Western Australia. The plant needs to be dead for at least 3-5 years before the wood can be salvaged. Less than 0.1% of these dead species yield a usable stump. A diminishing habitat and extremely slow growth rate ensure that these stumps will be an increasingly rare commodity.

  • Grass Tree bowl 358

    Turned

    146mm diameter x 50mm deep. Turned by E. Stratford.

    $66.00
Range: Bowls Age: Grownups Wood: Grass Tree Tags: bowl, bowls Share: Facebook

Grass Tree Bowl 360

This species of Grass Tree is only one of 29 to produce a solid wooden core. This core can take up to 550 years to form and can only be found in the isolated forests of South Western Australia. The plant needs to be dead for at least 3-5 years before the wood can be salvaged. Less than 0.1% of these dead species yield a usable stump. A diminishing habitat and extremely slow growth rate ensure that these stumps will be an increasingly rare commodity.

  • Grass Tree bowl 360

    Natural Edge

    Out of stock

    195mm diameter x 40mm deep. Turned by E.Stratford.

    $77.00
Range: Bowls Age: Grownups Wood: Grass Tree Tags: bowl, bowls Share: Facebook

Grass Tree Bowl 361

This species of Grass Tree is only one of 29 to produce a solid wooden core. This core can take up to 550 years to form and can only be found in the isolated forests of South Western Australia. The plant needs to be dead for at least 3-5 years before the wood can be salvaged. Less than 0.1% of these dead species yield a usable stump. A diminishing habitat and extremely slow growth rate ensure that these stumps will be an increasingly rare commodity.

  • Grass Tree bowl 361

    Natural Edge

    244mm diameter x 40mm deep. Turned by E.Stratford.

    $140.00
Range: Bowls Age: Grownups Wood: Grass Tree Tags: bowl, bowls Share: Facebook