Captured Lighting On An Oak Commode Seat, High Voltage Wood Carving

Captured Lighting on an Oak Commode seat, This is a full sized Toilet Seat, Did you ever have one of those Days? These are done with a 15,000 Volt Transformer, No two Patterns will ever be the same, They are named after the German physicist Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, who originally discovered and studied them, also Known as Fractal Patterns, The Pattern left by a strike of Lighting, The other photos are of others I made today,

This is a Repurposed Oak Toilet Seat, You are buying the Seat Only, The other photos are of other styles and sizes I made.

In 1777 Lichtenberg built a large electrophorus to generate high voltage static electricity through induction. Lichtenberg figures are branching electric discharges that sometimes appear on the surface or the interior of insulating materials. They are named after the German physicist Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, who originally discovered and studied them. When they were first discovered, it was thought that their characteristic shapes might help to reveal the nature of positive and negative electric "fluids".

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