Phone/Tablet Stand - Douglas Fir with Blade MarksRegular price $140.00
The curved grooves in this Structural Douglas Fir piece are from a circular saw blade used at one of the original sawmills in BC, probably in the 1850's. The wood was found at a demolished building in downtown Vancouver and the white tint would be from paint used many years ago. This medium sized piece is full of texture and the small knot on the left of the slab looks much like an eye, watching the world with a vintage view.
Timberlove BC is Heritage Exposed. These phone/tablet stands are hand crafted by local wood artisan Gary Durban. You'll love the ergonomic benefit of something solid, storied, and warm supporting your device for you and reducing your "tech neck". You may find yourself placing a beloved photo there when you're not parking your phone or tablet.
Collective Note: Gary speaks of his reclaimed wood art pieces and the trees they came from as if they were people. That's who he is.
Creator: Timberlove BC
Approximate Measurements: This piece stands 7" tall. The slab is 9.5" in length and 5.25" wide. It weighs about 2.4 lbs.
Materials: Douglas Fir
Care Instructions: Take care of these lovely hunks of wood like you do all of your wood furnishings.