Historic White Oak Bowl #233
On Tuesday, July 24, 2018, the white oak tree dating to Washington’s time, circa 1783, fell due to overly saturated grounds. The tree was located away from public access and had lived through the civil war. The wood from this tree was sourced and used to create unique pieces such as this bowl by master wood crafter Doug Dill in Lanexa, Virginia.
This smooth-edged and sturdy bowl is approximately 5 ½” wide, 6” long, 3 ½ ” high with a 4” base. Its smooth wide even lip is ¾”. The depth of the bowl is 2 ½”, perfect to display dried flowers or a candle.
This unique item is signed and numbered on the bottom; a small card with the number and tree source and date is included. Your bowl is accompanied by a numbered certificate signed by the Regent of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association.
Please note that there are no discounts available for this item.
Handmade in the USA.