Handcrafted Camphor Laurel Magnifying Glass

$25.00

An unusual gift that will be appreciated.

My Handcrafted Camphor Laurel Magnifying Glass is an exceptional handcrafted item and like most crafted pieces on this website sell very quickly. This would make a fantastic gift for a special friend.

Please note you can only add (1) of this pen to your cart. The pen shown in the image is unique and is a one off as are most of the items made in my workshop. Any section of Timber, Polyester Resin or most materials have a different grain pattern. These patterns are generally never repeated.

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SKU: MG008

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Handcrafted from timber from the American Black Walnut  tree.

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Item Magnifying Glass
Finish Gold Plating
Material Camphor Laurel
Shipping Australia: Free within Australia
Shipping International: $12.00
Warranty: 90 Days
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Payment via EFT (Bank Deposit) From Australia only

Camphor laurel yields a beautiful, rich honey-coloured timber with a clean, fresh camphor smell that is perfect for furniture, carving, and cabinetry. The tree is native to Taiwan, southern Japan, southeast China and Indochina, where it has great cultural significance as a source of scent, oil and crystallised blocks for use in religious ceremonies and for medicinal purposes. It is used as a valuable timber for furniture and carving icons.

In Australia, the camphor laurel has a less respectable reputation. The 20 – 30 metre tall evergreen tree was introduced in the 1820s and quickly displaced and inhibited native vegetation. It was widely used for windbreaks and as a measure against soil erosion and as a result has proliferated on disused pasture along the coastal hinterland of NSW and parts of Queensland. It is now categorised as a weed and can easily be identified by its glossy, waxy leaves that smell strongly of camphor when crushed.

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Weight 120 g

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