Cotoneaster vase with glass test tube. This wood is just beautiful. The color, the grain, the tiny little knots in it, I'm in love. This is quite a big piece for cotoneaster. It's hard to come by wide pieces of this as it's more of a shrub than a tree. It's wonderful to turn on the lathe - unfortunately I didn't get a video while turning this piece. The test tube protrudes about 55mm from the top of the wood. Just enough height to give a feeling of suspension. Any flower or greenery would look great in this vase and you can use the glass tube - or not. It looks terrific used as a bud vase as well. Timber height: 170mm Glass test tube provided: 18mm x 150mm Weight including packaging: @300g All pieces are turned by myself in my workshop in Melbourne, Australia. Any further queries or request for more photos welcome. You will notice that my prices vary quite a lot. That is because I try to base the pricing on a number of factors including; availability of wood, size of log/wood, scarcity of wood, ease of turning, ease of sanding and finishing products required.