Wooden Christmas Trees - set of 3


Price includes UK p&p.
International shipping is available. See Delivery below.

Inspired by trees in my son’s wooden train set, off cuts (which are too nice to burn) are transformed into small groups of Christmas Trees.  Each set is unique, handmade by me and made from sustainably sourced timber. 

Sold in sets of 3, in differing sizes (60mm – 120mm) and contrasting timbers - I select groups of 3 that go well together.

They are sealed with Danish oil and buffed to polish and protect the wood, making them polished but durable.

These are one of my biggest sellers and I have made hundreds over the years. Customers tell me “They’re not just for Christmas” and remain out on display all year.


**Proceeds from sales of Adam's work fund his son cyclist Ben Cornish’s journey toward the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics. Ben is 16 and on the GB Cycling Team but doesn’t receive funding until he’s 18yrs. In 2023 Ben had two international wins, five podiums and was 5th in the UCI World Championships. He also became the u19 National Champion - his 3rd consecutive national title.


  • UK p&p is included, no additional charges at checkout.
  • Estimated UK delivery 1 week.
  • International shipping is available for this item.
  • An international shipping charge of £15 will be added at checkout.
  • Estimated international delivery approximately 10-14 working days.

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