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N60 --- $95.00 --- this is the orientation view --- more pics down below

diameter: 9"
height: 2 3/4"

finish: an application of natural stain and then 3 coats of high gloss spar polyurethane (with UV blocker)

WOODS USED: [SEE DISCUSSION ON THE MAIN PAGE OF THIS SITE IF ANY OF THIS IS UNCLEAR]

base: mahogany

view 1: partridgewood, canary, BOX

view 3: canary, mahogany, mahogany, BOX

view 4: aromatic red cedar, aromatic red cedar, tulip poplar (with light green color), BOX

view 5: ?, redheart, thick oak veneer, padauk veneer, holly veneer, ebony veneer, holly veneer, mahogany veneer, thick walnut veneer, BOX

view 6: hard maple, canary, tulip poplar (with light green color), BOX

view 7: African blackwood (with sapwood), mahogany, mahogany, BOX

BOX: bottom is padauk, over that are small wedges of canary topped by purpleheart topped by soft maple

flaws/issues: The mahogany in view 3 has expanded just a tiny amount and although you cannot see it at all, you can FEEL a very slight shift of the edge out away from the canary of view 1 on the outer rim.

The mahogany in view 7 has developed a stress fracture that is both visible on noticeable to the touch. Because of it, I have reduced the price on this bowl considerably ($125 to $95)

LATER: the colors are somewhat less vibrant now than they were years ago when these pics were taken but it's still basically what you see is what you get.

comments: The canary in view 1 is particularly nice, being streaked with lots of color. The African blackwood in view 7 almost looks like two pieces of wood because of the way the tan sapwood sits directly behind the black heartwood.




NOTE: the osage orange came out too bright in these images


views 1c and 1d


view 2b


views 2a and 7a





view 1c as a bowl blank then raw (fresh off the lathe) then with an application of natural stain then as the finished bowl