Two Ring Spalted Beech Suncatcher - Artwood
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Suncatcher Wood and Crystal

Two Ring Spalted Beech Suncatcher – Artwood

51.00

Suncatcher Wood and Crystal. Made in Ireland.

When in direct sunlight the crystals act as a prism and produce a wonderful array of rainbows on your walls.

Each piece is finished with coats of danish oil.

Wood: Irish Spalted Beech. Outside Ring 5.5″ (Diameter). Inside Ring (4.5″ Diameter) One piece of wood is used to create each piece so that the grain can be seen running through all the rings.

The above image is a sample. The characteristics of each piece of wood will vary slightly. We are very conscious of making sure that each and every piece is of equal natural beauty.

Artwood works with locally sourced woods and high quality finishing products, non-toxic finishes and environmentally friendly packaging.

Makes a perfect gift for any age or occasion, especially new baby, christening gift or baby shower gift, remembrances, birthdays, weddings and Mother’s day.

Description

Suncatcher Wood and Crystal. Made in Ireland.

Wood and sunlight seem to go naturally together. For Giolla Liddy it means using the woodworking skills he learned as a child to create a range of beautiful moon suncatchers, iris suncatchers and ring suncatchers which throw dazzling rainbow light all around. Set in the window to catch the light, the suncatchers, made in a range of woods and Asfour crystal shapes, create a spectrum of coloured light on the dullest of days – just beautiful and they make wonderful gifts.

Giolla, one of 4 children, was born in the West of Ireland from a line of carpenters and craftsmen. Since a young boy, he had observed his father working and began to work and enjoy the natural beauty of wood for himself.

It has remained a family business and Giolla and his wife Emily and their three young children are carrying on the family tradition of “first class craftsmanship”. A creative enterprise, Artwood Ireland, has an expanding range of natural and handcrafted home and gift ideas. Each piece is handcrafted in their workshop under the Sliabh an Iarainn mountain in County Leitrim.