Live Edge Hollow Form Vessel from Utah Juniper with Malachite inlay, 18.25” tall x 11” diameter with a 3.75” opening, diamond buffed cyanoacrylate finish. The void spaces in the wall of the vessel are from bark inclusions that penetrated far into the trunk of the tree. The tree was likely about 600 years old when it fell over and had been laying on the ground for several hundred years. A woman I met from the State Forestry Dept. told me that many of the dedicated junipers we have laying on the ground in our arid climate have been there for 600 years. This trunk was not as desiccated as those so I estimated it at around 200 years. It is amazing to me to think that tree likely start growing before any Europeans made it to this continent.