Oak Jewellery Dish / Night Stand


Price includes UK p&p.

This item is for UK shipping only. See Delivery below.

One of the prettiest, most interesting pieces of timber I’ve found in forty years working with wood, hence the price.

This night stand has been made from the root ball of a 300 year old oak tree growing on the boundary of the old Seale Hayne agricultural college.

It contains heart wood, burr, ripple, sap wood, brown oak and areas of insect attack. It has been microwaved to ensure anything living in the wood has been cooked, is no longer with us and, by now, will be dehydrated.

The same time taken to turn the vessel was invested in finishing the piece with 3 coats of Danish oil. It was buffed between coats then protected with multiple thin layers of a micro crystalline wax.

A one of a kind hand cut and turned dish - perfect to use as a jewellery dish to store your favourite rings, earrings or cufflinks. It is approximately 80mm x 80mm x 20mm.


**Proceeds from sales of Adam's work go to #BenCornishBMX - Adam's son who is 2022 u15's Olympic Race BMX National & British Champion. Ben is also European no 7 and is a member of the Great Britain Cycling Team. He is self funding so your purchase will help him compete in the 2023 European Series and represent GB in the 2023 European & World Championships.


  • UK p&p is included, no additional charges at checkout.
  • Estimated UK delivery 3-5 days. UK only.

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