Created from Oregon Myrtlewood. Custom made in Oregon Rare beautiful piece. Weight: about 1 pound, 2.8 ounces Length. About 8 3/4 inches long. Has a few tiny little knicks, back has some light scratches. Pleasant way to know if someone is entering your room. Actual item is in the picture. Oregon Myrtlewood is a broadleaf evergreen native to Southwestern Oregon and Northwestern California. It grows prolifically in this coastal region. The Umpqua River watershed appears to be the northern boundary of its native habitat. From there it grows east into the Roseburg area and then south along the riverbanks and in various groves in the hills within the coast range. The Myrtle tree grows 60 to 120 feet in the wild. It is very slow growing putting on only 1 to 12 inches of growth during each of its first few years. They may take 80 to 120 years to reach full size. It is often multi-trunked, but can be kept pruned to a single trunk tree. When growing in the open it tends to have a dense, rounded,’gumdrop shape’. On a shady hillside it grows much taller and narrower. In the Bible, the Myrtle tree is of special religious significance, representing fertility and life. Although a larger tree with a little different flower type, Oregon Myrtlewood has a lot of similarities to the Myrtlewood growing in the Holy Land. “Instead of the brier shall come up the Myrtle tree” Isaiah 55:13. Oregon Myrtlewood possesses a wide variety of beautiful colors and grain patterns and is noted by many as being one of the world’s most beautiful woods. The item “Door Harp Myrtlewood custom made in Oregon Rare beautiful studio piece 4 string” is in sale since Saturday, November 28, 2020. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\String\Folk & World\Harps & Dulcimers”. The seller is “raretreasures4u” and is located in Corpus Christi, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Brand: Unbranded
- Model: door chime / harp
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- MPN: Does Not Apply