Petrified Wood Fruit bowl

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Beautiful Fruit bowl of Petrified Wood with a LxWxH 33x26x14 cm. A unique piece of nature that does not actually require to have fruit in it.

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€167,50
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Petrified Wood Fruit bowl

Beautiful Fruit Bowl of Petrified Wood with a Length of 33 cm, a Width of 26 cm and a Height of 14 cm. This bowl of Petrified Wood has a beautiful natural look that fits with fresh fruit. With this fruit bowl made of Petrified Wood you get a nice home accessory that you will enjoy for many years to come. This bowl was produced for us in Indonesia to show off on your table at home. Made of fossil wood, this natural stone bowl is a wonderful addition to your interior.

Petrified wood or fossil wood is created because trees and often even entire forests are buried under the earth during a landslide after extreme rain. Or they are completely covered by the ash that is released during a large volcanic eruption. Because oxygen can no longer reach these trees afterwards, the decay process takes place in a few million years. The groundwater that drips through the earth or ash takes along minerals that are deposited in the cells of the trees. These minerals replace the tree cells when they eventually rot away after millions of years, after which the wood is petrified. The fossilized wood we use comes from the species dipterocarpus which is a deciduous tree that still exists today and often occurs in tropical forests in Asia. The fossilized wood we use is about 20 million years old.

Specifications

  • Length 33 cm
  • Width 26 cm
  • Height 14 cm
  • Weight 6 kg

This product is sent to you for free in most countries within Europe.

You Standard get a 14 day trial period.

For all shipping costs within Europe we refer to the page about Shipping & Returns.

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