This is natural river weathered rootwood. It has a smooth finish with lots of character. It has one natural embedded rock and two glued in place. It is naturally made from the root of the cottonwood tree. The indentations and embedded rocks were made as the tree root grew around rocks in the soil. It can be used as a stand alone piece or incorporated into another craft project of your own.
I find rootwood when exploring dry river bottoms. They usually come about from a tree being uprooted during a flood, followed by years of weather stripping off the bark and exposing the wood underneath. These are really one of a kind finds. Ones with the rocks sill embedded are rather unique.
12 inches long 4 inches wide
It has one small embedded rock.
Would look great on a desk, small table or bookshelf.
This piece lays naturally flat, is smooth and would take a stain/finish nicely.