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Allan Cusworth

Alder Vase #0825

Alder Vase #0825

Regular price $250.00 CAD
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22 x 13 x 13 cm


Filled with a bouquet of silk or naturally dried flowers, this alder turned pueblo styled vase will make an entrance statement at your front door. It will be equally exquisite displayed on the mantelpiece. You might find yourself inspired to change your flower décor depending on the season – it all starts with the same beautiful vase. Whatever goes inside, you will be sure to enjoy the beauty of this vase – inside and out!   Will make a beautiful wedding or anniversary gift too. 

Care Instructions: This vase does not hold water. Wipe with damp cloth and mild soap, and let air dry. Keep out of direct sunlight. Occasionally recondition with walnut or mineral oil.


Allan’s first exposure to woodturning was in high school in Cobourg, Ontario, but it wasn't until after moving to British Columbia in the early 1990s that Allan took a serious interest in the craft. He currently belongs to two local woodturners’ guilds as well as the American Association of Woodturners. He is recognized for his platters, bowls, and engraved pens, as well as his unique hollow vessels and wedding goblets. He takes specific interest in fine buffing his pieces to create a shiny finish. His goal is to make each piece of work unique by embellishing wood grain patterns, and natural wood coloration. His platters and bowls are generally finished with food-safe materials and are meant to be used. However, many become display pieces when purchased by his international customers. His style is constantly changing as he looks for that special piece of wood he can transform into a beautiful piece of functional art.

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CCBC acknowledges that the land on which we work is the unceded shared traditional territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.