All products on this site made from Ancient Swamp Kauri wood removed from a swamp where carbon dated samples range from 5,000 to 60,000 years.
At Heirloom Boxes I make a range of beautiful hand crafted products from Ancient Swamp Kauri timber.
This timber has been buried in the swamps of Northland, New Zealand for up to 60,000 years making it the oldest workable timber in the world.
Swamp Kauri has an absolutely stunning range of color and pattern and is simply like no other timber.
In my workshop at Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand I craft a range of beautiful Jewellery boxes mainly using hand tools, some of which are antiques.
As well as jewellery boxes I also craft a range of products including beautiful serving platters and boards, some complete with ceramic dipping bowls, also candle holders spatulas and other assorted items.
It gives me great pleasure to select an unattractive piece of timber and reveal the beauty that can lay beneath the surface.
No two pieces of work are the same, even when made from the same piece of timber using the same design every piece will be unique, such is the beauty of this special timber.
Some of our latest creations are for sale on this page plus a gallery of some past work.
I complete new stock on a regular basis but a lot of items get sold before I have a chance to list them here, so if you are interested in anything on these pages please contact me and I can inform you of what stock I have on hand or under construction.
Payments can be made by PayPal or internet banking if you are within New Zealand. Please contact me by email or phone for bank details.
Overseas orders will have additional postage costs depending on destination, please contact me for a postage quote.
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Share this news postcommented on "Not a bad weeks work. All of these were cut from the same slab of Ancient Swamp Kauri and are off to their new homes on Monday."https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=2713824228896481&id=1424134964532087