These little beauties are some of the raw driftwood pieces I found on the beach near my home in the Pacific Northwest. They have been sitting on a shelf for a number of years with other pieces of driftwood that the surf and sand carved into art. You can add a coat of varnish to preserve the wood and highlight the grain to make each look just like when the tide washed it up onto the beach, or you can leave them as they are as I did.
These raw driftwood pieces range from the largest at 5 by 2 by ½ inches to the smallest at 2 ½ by 2 by ¾ inches. The heaviest weighs 1.1 ounce and the lightest weighs .3 of an ounce. Together the 5 pieces weigh 4 ounces. My only alteration was to brush off the sand.
The color you see on the screen may not be the exact color of the driftwood. Without a calibration tool, all screens are at least little bit off real color.
Whenever possible the driftwood pieces are shipped in recycled packing materials. This helps keep the costs down and our environment healthy.