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Ériu Elm Bowl Urn

Design Influence

Ériu a member of the de Danann Warrior tribe and who gave her name to the Gaelic name for Ireland -Éire. She was a queen and patron goddess of Ireland. Her name is meant to mean land of abundance, earth, soil, a personification of the island of Ireland and source of pride to the Irish throughout the world. A true work of art, a burr Elm cremation bowl, turned with a level of care and detail rarely found. This totally unique piece combines with six Ebony Pegs to attach to steam bent and scorched Ash tree legs and topped with a Celtic Shield lid. This is a cremation Urn that will always be with the family throughout generations to come. Seamus creates bespoke keepsakes Urns and full size urns using his decades of experience and mastery of wood. His Urns highlight the beauty of each piece of wood and the fine workmanship can be seen in each objects texture taking hundreds of hours of craftsmanship..

Color

The color of each piece is enhanced by oiling multiple times to really bring out the natural grain and depth of colour and some elements of his work allow him to use scorched timer or bleached wood to further enhance his creations. Our artisan carefully selects and drys his own wood as Seamus insists on taking responsibility for the quality of each piece from tree to it final home.

Presentation

The Urn are very different in both size and shape and we will ensure that they are transported in the appropriate packaging to minimise any risk of damage.
Purchase

Artisan-Seamus- Celtic Shield Collection

He has a unique ability to recognize a beautiful object in a piece of wood and uses his skills to reveal the hidden and unique beauty. He uses Irish native wood grown for decades and dried over many years to create breathtaking and totally unique Urns and memorials. Seamus has won 20+ Irish National awards for his creations and has been commissioned for unique pieces for the President of Ireland, Royal Dublin Society, Irish Landscape Institute, to name but a few.
His unique sculptural pieces sometimes use textured, bleached and scorched woods, gold, metals, leather, glass. Favored techniques include steam bending, texturing, and fine polishing. His memorial Celtic Shield collection offers families the opportunity to memorialize their loved ones in Art pieces designed to retain the ashes in elegant homes, with a family that is proud of their heritage. So what is woodturning ...Woodturning is the craft of using the wood lathe with hand-held tools to cut a shape that is symmetrical around the axis of rotation. Like the potter's wheel, the wood lathe is a simple mechanism which can generate a variety of forms. The operator is known as a turner, and the skills needed to use the tools were traditionally known as turnery. In pre-industrial England, these skills were sufficiently difficult to be known as 'the misterie' of the turners guild. The skills to use the tools by hand, without a fixed point of contact with the wood, distinguish woodturning and the wood lathe from the machinists lathe, or metal-working lathe.