Shou Sugi Ban Stump Tables
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Shou Sugi Ban Stump Tables for Bertu Home
Originating in 18th century Japan, shou sugi ban is a particularly striking method of preserving wood by charring it with fire. Traditionally, this practice is used with Japanese cedar in order to weatherproof it. The wood is burned until the surface is charred, and then coated with natural oil.
These are handmade from our family to yours! See how we do it here.
Our stumps are now kiln dried! This process helps with major cracking, moisture issues, and bugs!
1. Please unpack your stump immediately. These are real pieces of wood and need to breathe!
2. Wood naturally moves. These are solid pieces and for that reason, they are prone to cracking. You may get more cracks or bigger cracks in the first few weeks as the wood acclimates to its new home and climate.
3. These stump tables have nylon glides (feet) underneath not only to make them easier to move around (they are heavy!), but also so there is nice air flow to the wood. The air flow is most effective on hard flooring. If you put these on rugs or carpeting, we suggest checking on the underside of your stump periodically to prevent any issues.
Period/Model: New; Organic Modern
Specs: Red Cedar, Commercial Grade Finish
H: 15", 18", 21"
W: 11" (give or take)
*This listing is for our "normal" diameter stumps, the smallest diameter stumps we offer. We have medium and large sizes as well.* Contact us for pricing on our sculpted stumps like the "Summit" shape in this listing!
These cutie-pies ship FedEx. From the time of purchase, please allow 2-3 weeks for production. Shipping time varies dependent on location.