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3D print of Iron age wooden bowl found at the Cairns dig Orkney – half size


These models are uniquely created and hand finished.

Percentage of every sale goes to the Cairns dig and OAS

In stock (can be backordered)

SKU: 3DCBS Category:


This model is printed from the original scanned object with a wood filled filament and hand finished with wood stain. It has a similar feel to real wood rather than plastic. These models are approximately half the size of the original

Cairns wooden bowl. For the story behind Orkney’s Oldest Wooden Bowl see https://archaeologyorkney.com/category/the-cairns-dig-diary-2018/


Model created and printed in bio-degradable PLA
by Orkney3D.com – Mark Newton

Bowl size is approximately 12cm across.

Percentage of every sale goes to Cairns Dig and OAS

Note: We have a small stock and often these are printed to order so there may be a delay but we will inform you if this is the case.

(note the photo shows a stand, this stand is supplied )

Additional information

Weight 0.7 kg
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 6 cm


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