The Perfect Tasmanian Gift - HASA Design HASA is a Tasmanian gift and homeware company specialising in unique timber products. HASA products are the perfect gift for speakers, VIP’s and executives.HASA products range from serving platters, cheese boards and coasters to book stands laser cut brooches and Huon pine salad servers. A full range of HASA products can be found here: http://www.hasa.com.au/products.html
HASA will also custom design and produce timber gifts to clients specifications including incorporating the client’s logo. Collaborating with their woodworking team, HASA enjoy the challenge of being asked to develop new products or make special ‘one-off’ items’.Products are supplied in the following Tasmanian special species timbers:
SassafrasSassafras grows in Tasmania’s wet eucalypt forest and young rain forest where it may live for up to 150 - 200 years. If the tree is infected with a staining fungus it produces blackheart sassafras - a timber with distinctive dark brown, black and even green streaks running through the wood. Blackheart is highly prized for decorative features, as no two pieces are ever the same.
BlackwoodBlackwood is a member of the wattle family and is a hardwood. The swamps of northwest Tasmania have been a primary source of high quality blackwood for more than a century and this resource has been the cornerstone of Tasmania’s fine furniture industry over that time. Its colours range from light golden brown to deep brown with a straight or wavy grain.
Huon PineHuon Pine grows only in the temperate rainforests of Tasmania. It is one of the world's most desirable, ageless and exclusive furniture and veneering timbers. Drawn from a very slow growing and long-lived tree, the timber is like a time capsule. Several examples of Huon Pine are believed to be over 2,000 years old, making them one of the oldest living things in the world.Almost all Huon Pine forests are reserved and the resource that is available comes from logs salvaged from rivers and the forest floor.
MyrtleMyrtle is the dominant tree of the Tasmanian rainforest. It is found in wet gullies, predominantly in western Tasmania. Myrtle is a botanical legacy of the Gondwana super-continent. It is representative of species that once grew extensively throughout not only Australia but also South America and Antarctica. Today the species finds its stronghold in Tasmania. It can grow up to 50m and live in excess of 500 years. The wood is pink to reddish brown in colour and has fine texture without characteristic odour or taste. It can have black heart stain producing a figure known as 'tiger myrtle'.
HASA has been creating unique Tasmanian homewares and giftware for 12 years and ensures that their entire range is held to the same high quality standards across all items. HASA guarantees that no matter which end of the scale the client chooses from - function or flair, small or big, the product will not waver in its quality.All HASA products are Tasmanian made which sets HASA apart from many other giftware suppliers.
Telephone: (03) 6265 9816
Address: PO Box 405 , North Hobart , TAS 7002
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