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Clock in magnifying maple country. The traces of color as well as the holes in the wood are due to the mistletoe that had parasitized the tree. I inserted ...
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  • Material : Maple magnifier, bocote and pink ivory
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  • Color : Different shades of brown, black and dark pink
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Clock in magnifying maple country. The traces of color as well as the holes in the wood are due to the mistletoe that had parasitized the tree. I inserted on the clock a Bocote ring (Mexican rosewood) and a pink ivory pellet. I deliberately kept natural edges, maple piece; this gives the clock sounds "cut" appearance. The magnifying glass is an anomaly in the growth of wood, causing clumps of buds. This is what will make the richness of drawing wood in magnifying glasses. Reliable quartz mechanism, made in Germany.

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  • Type personnalisé : wall clock
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Dimensions : 20cm in diameter
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Works with an LR6 battery not included.

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Sculpture mounted to the pigeons (hollow) in sandstone. The colors are engobes "house", posed raw / oxide juice. Piece that requires 2 cooking. High temperature cooking, in electric oven.

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Delivered in a cocoon of bubble plastic, in a double cardboard box.

Craftsman
Rondeur Boisée - Bernard CAILLET

Le tournage sur bois a toujours été pour moi un spectacle captivant. Lorsque l'occasion s'est présentée, c'est donc assez naturellement que je quitte la Biologie et l'éducation à l'environnement pour un nouveau départ. Pour moi, le tournage sur bois commença en 2008, après m'être formé durant plus de 6 mois avec un tourneur. Installé en tant qu'artisan d'art depuis 2009, je crée des œuvres d'art et des objets usuels en bois tourné. Mes créations varient en fonction des saisons, de mes humeurs, mes envies, mes rencontres... La seule constante est la la nature qui m'apporte une source inépuisable d'inspiration. Dans un souci de constante évolution, je me forme régulièrement auprès de tourneurs professionnels de renom...et je suis aujourd'hui formateur.