Pale and beautiful Sycamore Vase hand turned in the UK, a pared-back design that would be equally at home in a contemporary or traditional interior. Each vase is slightly different, making your piece unique, we love the patterns and grains in these pieces, unusual markings or imperfections simply add to their beauty. Each vase has an internal clear glass beaker, meaning you can display real flowers and keep them in water for a long-lasting display.
- Hand turned in Derbyshire.
- Made from Sustainably sourced local Sycamore
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- Dimensions (height): Small 11.5cm, Large 15cm
- For care see below
The glass insert is close-fitting, we recommend using a bottle cleaning brush should you need to clean it. The wooden vase isn’t suitable for submerging in water but should be wiped clean and dried straight away.
Selwyn House is formed by Sean Best and Ellie Smalls, who met studying Fine Art at Leeds Arts University.
Always drawn to making things, Sean bought a second-hand lathe and began teaching himself woodturning. An all-consuming obsession for understanding and working with wood followed, and after making the move back to Ellie’s home county of Derbyshire in 2017, they formed Selwyn House.
Combining their creative talents to create small-batch handmade homewares from the best British-grown timbers they could get their hands on!
All the wood used for Selwyn House pieces is sourced as locally as possible to the workshop and is from trees that have grown in Britain. Most wood is bought from small independent sawmills, who either manage woodland around them or buy directly from local tree surgeons.
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