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B222 --- $SOLD --- this is the orientation view --- more pics down below
height: 2 1/4"
WOODS USED: [SEE DISCUSSION ON THE MAIN PAGE OF THIS SITE IF ANY OF THIS IS UNCLEAR]
base: sapele topped by thick birch veneer
view 1: chechem, curly maple, BOX
view 2: padauk, purpleheart, BOX
view 4: beech, Honduras mahogany, BOX
view 5: bocote, wenge, BOX
view 6: oxhorn, Honduras mahogany, BOX
view 8: yellowheart, purpleheart, BOX
BOX: going up the middle, there is curly maple, 2 plies of padauk veneer, yellowheart, 2 plies of padauk veneer, 2 layers of thick birch veneer, partridgewood, redheart. At the outside, there is, going upward from the bottom corners, wenge, 2 layers of thick birch veneer, wenge, 2 layers of thick birch veneer, wenge, 2 layers of thick birch veneer, bocote, 2 layers of ebony veneer, padauk. The right and left sides are Honduras rosewood. Under the BOX there is a layer of thick white oak veneer. There was a layer of thick birch veneer below this but now that layer remains only above the base.
flaws/issues: The Honduras rosewood at the right side of the BOX has a very small glue-line flaw where it joins the Honduras mahogany of view 4. The open pores of the wenge in view 5 are so pronounced that it makes the piece appear to have surface cracks, but that's not the case, nor is this a flaw.
comments: the chechem in view 1 and the oxhorn in view 6 are both nicely chatoyant, although it is muted on both by the use of the satin-finish polyurethane.
Lots of nice omega curves inside the rim of this one
views 3c and 5c
views 1d and 5d
views 2b and 6b
view 1c as the bowl blank and then as the finished bowl