Have been making a few of these and listing them individually, they all have a unique grain pattern with the sapwood showing. They remind me of clouds over a landscape.
A small side table in one of my favourite timbers, Tasmanian blackwood.
Key and letter racks, Tasmanian Oak and Flooded Gum, just had their first coat of Osmo oil and wax. Keys are held by magnets embedded in the wood.
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Hand rubbed black stained oak. Hand rubbed stains leave the grain showing through with much greater definition that a sprayed stain. The oak has lovely sheen to it.
Available in other sizes, see the shop for details.