This unique piece of art is a wooden finger labyrinth built by Bill Godden in December 2015. It's a 5-circuit design measuring 12" across and is #2992 of 3000 that he built in his lifetime. The back is signed by the artist and includes the series number, the date, and the circuit type. In the center is a glass bead, a hallmark of many labyrinths made by Bill.
Bill was a generous and thoughtful labyrinth enthusiast and craftsman who died in March 2016 at 91 years old. He spent his final 10 years building and giving away his creations. He never took money for them but he did give permission for them to be used to fundraise, to benefit the labyrinth movement. The Godden Finger Labyrinth Museum at Bethlehem Centre, BC Canada displays his intricate replicas of labyrinths (historic and present-day) from around the world. This collector's item is a true work of art by a beloved labyrinth maker. It's worth is determined to be invaluable as there are only a few left that don't have homes. Take this rare opportunity to add one of Bill's labyrinths to your collection while supporting The Labyrinth Society at the same time.
Generously donated by Holly Carnegie Letcher.
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