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Driftwood Mirror Large

Frame made using restored Oregon Driftwood which features unique hole patterns created by Tube or Ship worms, which i call Natures art. In this frame the worm holes are that tight and prolific that they are like honeycomb from a bees nest. Very rare.

When i found this length of Driftwood, it had been buried under the sand dune at the very back of a local beach here in Mystery Bay, and was partly uncovered by recent heavy rains. I was able to dig it out and because it was still strait, thought perfect for a mirror frame.

I let it dry for a period and when i planned the surface to reveal the true colour beneath, found that the timber was quite fragile because of the worm holes, they had indeed had a feast on this tasty Oregon. But when i cut the timber length in halves, found that it was strong enough to work with. As i do sometimes, i ended up using the inner timber as the face for the frame, which had beautiful colour and tone.

I feel it has made a stunning one off frame for the mirror.

Once the frame was joined and sanded it was finished with my own blend of oil and wax which protects and enhances the timber.

The Oregon Driftwood was collected from Corunna Beach, just North of Mystery Bay.

Mirror size is 700mm (W) x 930mm (H)

The exterior frame size is 870mm (W) x 1100mm (H)

This Driftwood mirror frame will be a feature in any home.

 

Driftwood Mirror

Dean Ware

AUD$1,550
Size: 87w x 110h x 5d cms
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Driftwood Mirror Large

Frame made using restored Oregon Driftwood which features unique hole patterns created by Tube or Ship worms, which i call Natures art. In this frame the worm holes are that tight and prolific that they are like honeycomb from a bees nest. Very rare.

When i found this length of Driftwood, it had been buried under the sand dune at the very back of a local beach here in Mystery Bay, and was partly uncovered by recent heavy rains. I was able to dig it out and because it was still strait, thought perfect for a mirror frame.

I let it dry for a period and when i planned the surface to reveal the true colour beneath, found that the timber was quite fragile because of the worm holes, they had indeed had a feast on this tasty Oregon. But when i cut the timber length in halves, found that it was strong enough to work with. As i do sometimes, i ended up using the inner timber as the face for the frame, which had beautiful colour and tone.

I feel it has made a stunning one off frame for the mirror.

Once the frame was joined and sanded it was finished with my own blend of oil and wax which protects and enhances the timber.

The Oregon Driftwood was collected from Corunna Beach, just North of Mystery Bay.

Mirror size is 700mm (W) x 930mm (H)

The exterior frame size is 870mm (W) x 1100mm (H)

This Driftwood mirror frame will be a feature in any home.

 

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