Bristlecone Pine Sculpture Lamp; Native American Made

From: Natural Cherokee

One of a kind, hand sculptured lamp made from the bristlecone pine, estimated at over 1000 years old.


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I collected the wood at an extreme location in Colorado, at about 11,000 ft. The color of the wood is natural, with linseed oil used to bring out the colors. Smoky quartz inlay that I collected, shaped, and polished. The wood lamp base is 11″ tall (9.4lbs) and the entire lamp is 19.5″ tall with the light fixture and harp. Lampshade not included, and recommended at 8-9″ tall with the current harp. Harp can be replaced without any tools.

Bristlecone Pine is the oldest living tree on earth and grows in extreme locations in the mountains of the southwest (to include where I live). They grow about 1/100 of an inch in girth per year. I do not collect living trees and consider Bristlecone as extremely rare.

If you are in the Manitou/Colorado Springs area you will also find my art in the following galleries: Cherokee’s of Manitou, Manitou Art Center (MAC), and Stones, Bones and Wood (Green Mountain Falls).