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The Story

The Redwood is widely recognised as the world’s tallest tree reaching heights known to be 87m (286ft) in height, and arguably the World’s largest living organism.  In the south western coastal areas of the USA, they are commonly known as Giant Sequoia. These giants have a unique relationship with lightning, as they need to be struck in order to stop growing.  Their age can be eye watering, some up to an estimated 2700 years old.

After visiting the Giant Sequoias in Muir Woods near San Francisco, William was so in awe of the scale when walking with the “giants”; the sheer width of their trunks and perspective up into the sky.  William created this handle shaping to be strong at the bottom and tapering as the handle climbed up toward the utensil heads.  The hollow shaping inside the top surface of the fork and spoon handles, being the bark peeled-off, with the knife being the opposite and the rounded trunk of the tree. 

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Redwood Mirror Table Fork (360 View)

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