Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16
Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16
Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16
Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16
Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16
Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16
Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16
Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16

Takahashi McGil turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl 16

Maker: Takahashi McGil

Regular price £840.00

Handmade in England.

This spectacular, mighty turned and hand carved Sycamore bowl has an intricately textured surface that reveals the skilful manipulation of the artists hand and complements the natural patterning of the wood. Takahashi McGil’s functional furniture and homeware is made from hardwoods sourced locally and through a combination of Japanese and Western techniques, traditions and tools. Takahashi McGil have a collaborative process, with Mark woodturning and Kaori chiselling. Objects are made with functionality in mind, to be used as tools for daily life, and this functional and sculptural bowl will certainly be a wonderful statement piece. 



Dimensions: W-44.5 cm x H-10cm



As all products are handmade sizes and colour may vary slightly.

 

Care Instructions: Comes with wood conditioner. Oiling will darken wood. Once oiled, the piece is food safe and waterproof. Please note that this item is a natural product, please avoid storing in sunlight and heat. Not suitable for dishwasher or microwave. Please use soapy water and a soft sponge or cloth to clean. Do not soak for long periods of time. 

 

Takahashi McGil are an artistic duo comprised of husband and wife, Mark McGilvray and Kaori Takahashi, who met at Wimbledon School of Art where they both studied Fine Art. Mark is from South Africa and Kaori is from Japan and the pair now live and work in Devon, where they are part of the Devonshire Guild of Craftsmen. The pair combine Japanese and Western techniques, traditions and tools in their functional furniture and homeware designs. Originally, their pieces were intended solely for personal use, but their company was happily formed in 2016.