Lybeth Tea Light DisplayRegular price $40.00
The Lybeth Tea Light Display is a piece of Cedar bark, finished with shellac, that has an almost pyramid-like shape and lots of colour and texture to it.
Wood artist Steve Satchwell works with a variety of beachcombed woods, all sourced on the Sunshine Coast in beautiful British Columbia. Arbutus, Cedar, and other soft woods reworked into candle displays, essential oil displays, or shelving, and are either left raw, or lovingly finished with Tung oil or shellac. Steve also works with builder’s spruce to make geometric shelving, finished with a variety of stains, paints, or combinations.
Collective Note: These stunning pieces of art bring both function and beauty into our home.
Creator: Good Things Workshop
Approximate Measurements: This piece is 3" tall, 5" long and 4" wide.
Materials: cedar bark , shellac, tea lights
Care Instructions: Dust with a soft cloth, or gently wipe down with a damp cloth and wipe dry.