Beech wand, from Simon Marshall [#53]

Next up, a really lovely wand made from fallen beechwood by Simon Marshall

Simon says:

A beautiful handmade Beech wood wand, approx 30.5 cm long. The wood comes from a Copper Beech tree in my garden, and was gathered from fallen wood, not cut from the tree. The wand has been sanded to a smooth finish and coated with beeswax.

The head of the wand resembles a bird’s head – this was a natural feature which made itself apparent in the creating process! The handle fits snugly into the user’s hand, the thumb resting in a natural groove. Beech is known to be a healing wood, and is especially associated with knowledge and wisdom.

Beech Wand 2

Beech Wand 1

Bidding will start at: £5

Auction time: Tuesday 25th November 7.30pm (GMT)

Note: Bids are made by posting your bid in £ in the comments below. If you need to refer to the Hedgehammer guide (how it all works, bidding and so on) you can find it here. And remember – all of these auctions are raising funds for Hedgespoken so that we can offer workshops and courses and events across Britain and beyond. Have a look here to find out more about our plans!

Thank you for bidding and thanks again to Simon for donating this!

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