These bowls are created for our customers that are looking for a very special and unique statement piece. They are forged only once a year in very limited quantities.
Often purchased as an altar bowl, burning (smudge) bowl or offering bowl, this is our version of a cauldron. But instead of a cast cauldron, ours are 100% forged. This bowl is also loved by artists to make charcoal or by those that wish to have a decorative piece that embraces our ancient ways.
Created using traditional techniques that date back hundreds of years, they are hand hammered, shaped in a hand carved tree stump and hot chiseled to create unique patterns. The bowls are then treated by burning on a durable beeswax coating. We render the beeswax ourselves that we source from local beekeepers. The final result is a gorgeous black sheen that is non-toxic and burn safe.
Currently we have Trinity Knot, Pentagram and Goddess Symbol designs available, plus this year we are releasing a brand new Spider Web Design. Pictures of the new Spider Web Bowls coming soon.
The bowls sit on a removable, hand forged ring base with three spiral legs. This raises it off the table or altar so it is safer for burning, in addition to calling on the trinity energy.
Measurement of Forged Bowl approximately: 7" across x 4" high when on the base.
Because they are all hand-forged, and each piece of metal has its own essence and character, there may be small blemishes or imperfections, but these add to the unique character of the piece, giving it a special individuality. No two pieces are ever exactly the same.
Please note, all prices are in Canadian dollars and you will be charged in Canadian currency. We have provided a courtesy conversion tool on this site. These conversions are an ESTIMATE only of what the cost will be in your currency. Although close, we can not guarantee that these conversions are 100% accurate. During checkout, if you chose to pay with Paypal, Paypal will notify you of the total cost they will charge in your currency. If you pay with credit card, your credit card company will handle the conversion.