Japenese Charred Wood Bowl: shou-sugi-ban by WoodDesignGroup
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Sans titre, 2008 | frêne | diam 20 cm, h 15 cm
Grade-A Getaway Outside Mexico City
The charred wood siding, inspired by the Japanese shou-sugi-ban method, comes in various stains, such as cherry (shown here). The blow-torching technique helps with resistance to insects, rot, water, mold and fire.
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burn wood, nada está perdido...
Bread board - burnt oak. Don't know how durable this finish would be - you'd eventually wear thru it. But have you noticed how 'scorched wood' is becoming the finish/trim du jour?
30 ans, 2008 | aulne | diam 25 cm, h 10 cm
Charred Larch. So beautiful and practical. From Russwood in Scotland. Sigh