Eucalyptus Sieberi, Eucalyptus Fastigata
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!
Made from rare textured Wormy Chestnut hardwood found in Tasmania and gift boxed for travel. Nothing quite says Tasmania like a beautiful timber!
Who is Tasmanian Oak?
The eucalypt fibre possessed within Tasmanian Oak is sought after for reconstituted board and the production of high-quality paper.
Tasmanian Oak is pale to light brown colour, with intermediate shades of cream to pink. Her growth rings are visible, but not prominent and gum veins are common.
Made to house your small posies, picked flowers, foraged green foliage or perfect propagation
vessels. She grows cuttings or water plants, she looks sweet on display and is a perfect keepsake gift. Loved by the green thumb and plant lovers alike, the knick knack collectors or those that just love Tassie specialty timbers like we do.
Made from moderately coarse but even textured local Tasmanian Oak veneer and gift boxed for travel. Nothing quite says Tasmania like a beautiful local timber!
Small - 60mmx 175mm
Can't decide on which size? Buy both sizes on the bulk offer, they look wonderful together!
The box is comprised of 30% recycled content along with 70% kraft board, manufactured by Opal Fibre Packaging in Northern Tasmania.
The packaging concept and creative design is by our in-house SQ designer, with printing produced at Think Big Printing, Launceston and Laser services by Custom Cuts Tasmania, both locally owned businesses.