1 shallow wooden bowl made from wood that came from Trattle Memorial Maple Tree which was a bigleaf maple tree. The wood of the bowl is spalted, meaning that it has dark contrasting lines that show where fungus attacked the wood and caused decay. The underside of the base of the bowl is small and circular with a hollowed out centre. There is handwritten text written in black ink in the hollow area that reads, "TRATTLE / MAPLE / 1917 - 2017 / [signed] JS / LEST / WE / FORGET."
The Trattle Memorial Maple Tree was one of a number of maple trees planted after the First World War to commemorate those from Langley who did not survive the war. Alfred William Trattle of Fort Langley died in battle in May, 1917. The tree was planted at the corner of 96th Avenue and Trattle Street of Fort Langley in 1923, and was felled in 2017 due to disease. The tree was replaced with a new sapling in 2017.