Who is Wormy Chestnut?
Eucalyptus Obliqua, Eucalyptus Sieberi, Eucalyptus Fastigata
Wormy Chestnut is a premium Australian hardwood timber he has been affected by wildfires, years of drought and attack by insects. Flood and strong winds stunt his growth with each piece showing nature's signature. Deep red gum veins formed by fire, ambrosia beetle marks, pin holes and squiggly worm marks are all evident. Also known as Southern Blackbutt, Chestnut.
No wonder this guy looks weathered!
Wormy Chestnut Timber Vase
Our Wormy Chestnut Vases may resemble a weathered old bushman, but he is designed to add pure beauty to your space! Made to house your small posies or picked flowers, foraged green foliage or perfect prorogation vessels, he grows cuttings or water plants, he looks sweet displayed with his smaller brother or separate for the perfect keep’s sake gift. Loved by the green thumbs, plant lovers, Knick knack collectors or those that love Tassie specialty timbers.
Made from rare textured local Wormy Chestnut Hardwood found in Tasmania, gift boxed beautifully for travel, nothing quite says Tasmania like a beautiful local timber!
Small - 60mm x 175mm
Large - 85mm x 235mm
Cant decided on which size buy both sizes on the bulk offer, they look wonderful together!
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Did you know... this product is Tasmanian made?
The Tasmanian Wormy Chestnut Veneer used to make these placemats and coasters
is processed at Britton Timbers in their own timber mill on the North-West Coast of Tasmania.
The box is comprised of 30% recycled content along with 70% kraft board,
manufactured by Opal Fibre Packaging in Northern Tasmania.
The packaging concept, creative design and printing is produced at Think Big Printing,
a locally owned business.