Each needle case is handmade in either local wood or surplus wood. The case measures approx. 9-10 cm and with a hole of 9 mm in diameter and approx. 8 cm deep. It can contain 5-10 needles depending on the size of the needles.
The types of wood change depending on what is available.
If necessary, give the needle case a bit of oil every now and then to take extra good care of it.
The laburnum is originally a shrub, but this has grown the size of a tree and was felled in my garden in Søborg because it had to be discarded.
Surplus from a Danish furniture production.
This ash is sourced in Sweden and is a surplus product from a kitchen worktop.
This elm is surplus wood from a Danish, female carpenter's apprenticeship test. The tree is of European origin.
German origin. The wood is a surplus product from a Danish furniture production.
Surplus wood from a Danish furniture production.
This maple is sourced from Sweden and is a residual product from a kitchen worktop.
Excess wood from a Danish sawmill.
This birch is Danish surplus wood from a tabletop production.