Red Gum

eucalyptus camaldulensis

Red Gums are the most widespread species of eucalyptus. It grows throughout most of Australia but not on the eastern coastline, southern W.A. and the Nullarbor Plains. Its strong durable timber was widely used in the past for housing, heavy construction and fencing. Today this rich red hardwood is used for furniture, turning and decorative wood work. An excellent firewood, its foliage is relished by Koalas.

Ying & Yang Candle Holders

Designed by David Maclaren and turned by Jim Homann.

Hand Finished at the Gallery with Kunos natural oil sealer.

Typical Timbers include Red Gum, Mallee and Coolibah burl.

Replacement glass inserts are available.

Dimensions: 
Medium: 16w x 16d x 4h cm
Large: 20w x 20d x 4h cm

Ying & Yang Candle Holders

Designed by David Maclaren and turned by Jim Homann.

Hand Finished at the Gallery with Kunos natural oil sealer.

Typical Timbers include Red Gum, Mallee and Coolibah burl.

Replacement glass inserts are available.

Dimensions: 
Medium: 16w x 16d x 4h cm
Large: 20w x 20d x 4h cm

Steak Knives Set

Set of 4 Steak Knives.

Figured Red Gum
440C Stainless Steel
Brass


All knives should be washed and dried thoroughly after use and not left sitting in water. 
Hand wash only using mild washing products only. 
All knives are unsuitable for cutting bones or frozen foods.

Dimensions: 
22.5cm Long

Eye Clock

Designed by David Mac Laren and turned by Jim Homann.

Battery operated. Available with white, cream or black faces with standard or Roman numerals.

Hand finished at the Gallery with Kunos natural oil sealer.

Typical timbers include Red Gum, Mallee and Coolibah burl.

Dimensions: 
15w x 25d x 15h cm

Disc Clock

Designed by David Mac Laren and turned by Jim Homann.

Battery operated. Available with white, cream or black faces with standard or Roman numerals.

Hand finished at the Gallery with Kunos natural oil sealer.

Typical timbers include Red Gum, Mallee and Coolibah

Dimensions: 
Small: 15cm diameter
Large: 18cm diameter

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