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Cherry wood cabinet carved on three sides with birch and walnut inlay work. It has a beveled Emperor marble top and sits on a welded steel base.
Because of the size and weight this item will need to be crated for shipping and must be done professionally by the purchaser making arrangements.
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Aton's Rattle is an original wood sculpture done in Yellow Cedar, the cedar was reclaimed off of Wreck Beach in Vancouver, BC in the late 1960's. The piece is completely carved by hand using hand chisels, rasps and files. It was finished off by sanding down then putting on the traditional finish of boiled linseed oil/bees wax/turpentine. The finish you see was accomplished by polishing it by hand over a period of a year. When this finish has cured as it is then it only needs be wiped down with a dry lint-free cloth.
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Tye was hand carved out of yellow cedar that was found on Wreck Beach in Vancouver, BC. The mask in the carving is Black Locus from a tree that was knocked down in a train derailment in West Vancouver. It has a traditional finish on it of hand rubbed linseed oil/bees wax and turpentine. It takes over a year to get the finish completed on it by continuous rubbing of the surface by hand. After the finish is completed unless damaged will last a lifetime, only the occasional rubbing with a lint-free cloth with suffice.