This handcrafted hair fork is made from Mulberry wood. It is an eye-catching piece with a pale yellow to golden brown tone. The hair fork features a large area of colourful textured bark. Distinct end grain patterns wrap around the top edge, while the flatter side reveals a complicated grain with lustrous highlights. The tone of the hair fork may darken to a deeper golden colour with age.

The Mulberry tree is native to the southeastern United States and many species are found around the world. It is commonly used for making furniture and turnery work. The paper used in many of our lanterns comes from a species of Mulberry found in Thailand called the Saa tree. The leaves of the white Mulberry are the primary food source for the silk worm, which is used to produce silk. This piece was taken from a beautiful overgrown Red Mulberry in our village that needed some attention. It continues to live on happily and is well known for its delicious fruits.


13.9cm Long

3.1cm Wide

This pin is finished with Nutshell wax. The product is eco friendly and non toxic, blending selected beeswax, Larch oil and essential oils to give your hairpin years of protection. It also uses no VOC's, formaldehyde or petrochemicals.

We are always striving to improve our processes environmentally. Hand tools are used over power tools where possible and sanding etc. is kept to a minimum.

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