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Bremerton, WA

Brian Watson, Wood Sculptor

Vessel Forms, Bowls, Platters, Relief Carving, Letter Carving, Commissions, Labyrinths, Laser-engraved veneer bookmarks, Custom Design

Chalice & Flame Finger Labyrinth, Carbonized Bamboo

Finger Labyrinths

With these beautifully crafted finger labyrinths, you can now experience the labyrinth journey for yourself in your home, when you travel, or in small-group gatherings.  Simply let your finger follow the satin smooth path of the labyrinth, or push a marble through the path, or use a stylus, or trace the path with your eyes.  Any way you do it is the right way.

 

Chalice & Flame Finger Labyrinth, Carbonized Bamboo

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Chalice & Flame Finger Labyrinth, Carbonized Bamboo

from 39.99

The chalice and flame is an enduring symbol of hope, love, and justice, and is the symbol for Unitarian Universalism worldwide.  Beautifully designed by Unitarian Universalist David Snedden, this finger labyrinth features the chalice and flame at its center, with a modified Chartres labyrinth path.  With wide grooves, this labyrinth is especially good for people who want to easily trace the labyrinth path, from circumference to center and back.

Available in three sizes:  4.625” diameter, 8” diameter, and 11” diameter.  All labyrinths are .75” thick and made from sustainably-raised bamboo.  Choose from either natural (similar to blond maple) or carbonized (similar to mahogany) bamboo.  Hand-finished with a coat of penetrating Danish Oil, which protects it from mild use, and brings out the color and luster of the bamboo.

All the labyrinths have a convex back side (like a dinner plate) so they rest comfortably in your hands.  When not in use, your labyrinth makes an eye-catching bas-relief sculpture on a coffee table, or with the slot in the back, it can be easily hung on a wall for display.

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