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Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles
Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles

Keiichi Murakami - Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles

$55.00

Size:
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9

Product name: Hand-carved Wooden Tea Needles

Artist: Keiichi Murakami (村上圭一)

Wood types:

#1 & #2 - magnolia obovata wood with white lacquer

#3 - Japanese Amur corktree wood

#4 - Japanese pagoda wood

#5 & #6 - Japanese cherry wood

#7 - Japanese pagoda wood

#8 & #9 - Walnut with black lacquer

One-off pieces

 

About the products: 

- The natural timber colour will become darker after you have been using it for a while. It's a common change to natural woodworks.

- Remember to wipe the woodworks dry once you have washed it. After drying, you can apply a thin layer of olive oil by using a piece of kitchen paper evenly on the surface of the woodworks. Then use a dry and soft cloth to remove any excessive oil gently. This important caring step can help to prolong the lifespan of the woodworks and gives them a natural shininess.