Decorative Trinket Lockable Thuya Wooden Jewelry box with hinged lid, jewelry organizer gift box for her jewelry holder gift for husband
Decorative Trinket Thuya Wooden Jewelry box with hinged lid, jewelry organizer gift box for her jewelry holder gift for husband
This keepsake decorative lockable wooden jewelry box is made with a mix of roots and trunk of Thuya to be used as a storage for your jewelries.
This handmade wooden box is containing two drawers inside which are divded in 3 compartments .
This storage box brings together two elements from the same tree: the root and the trunk of cedar wood.
The thuya wooden box is this exotic tree that stands out for its refined texture and pleasant scent.
This jewellery box has a key lock. it will you charm by the small patterns made using the roots of the thuya which are embedded on the top and give it a particular charmand brightness.
- Box made by hand.
- Robust material.
- A flawless finish.
Net Weight : 1.084 Kg - 2.389 lbs
Length : 20 cm - 7.874 in
Width : 13 cm - 5.118 in
Height : 8.5 cm - 3.346 in
_____________________THUAY WOOD FEATURES _____________________________
Common Name(s): Thuya (burl)
Scientific Name: Tetraclinis articulata
Distribution: Atlas mountain region
(primarily Morocco, as well as subpopulations in Morocco, Malta and southern Spain)
Tree Size: 20-50 ft (6-15 m) tall, 1-2 ft (.3-.6 m) trunk diameter
Color is generally an orangish or reddish brown. Color tends to darken with age to a medium to dark reddish brown. Nearly always exported and sold as burls from the root of the tree, with plain or unfigured wood of little commercial value.
Burl blocks can vary in frequency and size of knot clusters, but grain is more or less swirled/irregular. With a medium to fine texture and good natural luster.
Rated as durable; good insect/borer resistance.
Like most other burls, Thuya burl can be difficult to work, and care must be taken to avoid tearout. Most shaping/planing operations will result in torn grain, and should be performed by hand with very sharp tools. Sands and finishes well.
Thuya has a very distinct, cedar-like smell.
Although severe reactions are quite uncommon, Thuya has been reported to cause eye and skin irritation. See the articles Wood Allergies and Toxicity and Wood Dust Safety for more information.
Most commonly sold as root burls. Expect prices to be very high, particularly on pieces with premium figuring exhibiting numerous tightly-packed burl eyes.
This wood species is not listed in the CITES Appendices, and is reported by the IUCN as being a species of least concern. However, the small subpopulations in Malta and Spain are both regionally endangered.
Carvings, veneer, decorative boxes, turned objects, and other small speciality wood items.
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