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Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren
Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren
Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren
Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren
Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren
Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren
Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren
Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren
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Wooden Bowls from Sawdust Siren

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About the Maker: Sawdust Siren is a tiny company specializing in creating unique handcrafted treasures for your home made from repurposed & salvaged lumber, fallen trees, antique horns, found objects, and anything else that inspires our curiosity.

Find more of their work at sawdustsiren.com or follow them on Instagram @Sawdustsiren

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About the Wooden Bowls: These beautiful wooden bowls were turned on a Poolewood lathe in Sawdust Siren's shop in Swarthmore, PA. Made from a various types of wood, including paulownia, dogwood, maple, and our very own old Yellowwood at Bartram's Garden, each bowl tells its own story. 

Pip: Re-imagining the Discarded. Our landscaper friend, Dixon, delivered a large trunk of a Paulownia tree to our driveway 20+ years ago- we kept it for a while, recently rediscovered it in the loft of the garage and decided to put it on the lathe. This bowl is approximately 4.75" in diameter x 2.25" deep. 

Dawg: This bowl was turned from our beloved dogwood tree in our front yard that died this year. We saved a few pieces of that tree in hopes of making something beautiful. In the process of turning this particular bowl, it cracked an warped slightly during the drying process. We then filled the minor cracks with resin. This natural edge dogwood bowl is approximately 7-6" in diameter x .25-3.5" deep.

Crock of Crude: Turned natural edge maple vessel. Made from an unknown firewood pile. Approximately 4.5" x 5.5" deep. 

Bois D'arc:  This bowl was turned from a fallen osage orange tree in the woods at Bartram's Garden. This wood is very strong and rot resistant and known for its distinctive bright yellow color. Approximately 5.75" in diameter x 3.5" tall.