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Current driftwood stock
We now have new driftwood in stock. We have recently taken delivery of some 18 Tonnes of naturally sculpted driftwood imported from the south west pacific region. Along with our other driftwood ‘partners’ we are now able to satisfy almost any request for freestanding or mounted natural driftwood and driftwood sculptures.
Our driftwood pieces range in size from c. 1ft to in excess of 6ft amongst which are some quite superb examples of driftwood at every level.
It is not possible to photograph the entire stock of Driftwood so please use the Contact Us form on this web site to indicate what you are looking for and we will get back to you with images of the most suitable driftwood pieces we have before you commit to travel to see us.
The images above show just a fraction of the medium length driftwood in our collection. Whilst a number of these driftwood pieces will be selected and mounted on stone bases the remaining driftwood will be sold ‘as is’.
The driftwood sculptures shown above are just a few of the smaller (c. 2ft) driftwood pieces that have been selected for their unique shape and colourings to be mounted on stone bases. There are many other driftwood pieces like this in our collection and each one is quite different from the next!
The images shown above are of some of the larger mounted driftwood pieces - all mounted on natural stone bases. Again this is just a small sample of the driftwood we have in stock.You can also find us on Facebook here: Driftwood-UK
Driftwood is essentially wood that has been washed onto a shore or beach of a sea or river by the action of winds, tides, waves or man. It is a form of marine debris. The combined actions of the elements over sometimes hundreds of years creates individually unique driftwood sculptures with no one piece being the same as another.
Situated 2km down from the Wild Coast Sun Hotel on the Eastern Cape of South Africa is a beach on which lies the Petrified Forest - where you can see fossils of sea shells dating back millions of years and huge areas of driftwood branches, roots, tree trunks and whole trees that have literally been turned into stone.
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