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N92 --- $145.00 --- this is the orientation view --- more pics down below

diameter: 9 1/2"
height: 2 1/2"

finish: one application of natural stain 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: Honduras mahogany

view 1: Honduras rosewood, silky oak and then to the right of the silky oak is tulipwood, then on in towards the center is paela, yellowheart, wendge, BOX

view 2: red oak

view 3: bloodwood, olive, sided by a lamination of olive, ebony veneer, olive and underneath that is aromatic red cedar, then on in towards the center is cocobolo, BOX

view 4: maple over redheart

view 5: red oak, siam rosewood and then to the left of that is tulipwood, then on in towards the center is maple, lacewood, canary, BOX

view 6: santos mahogany

view 7: on the outsides are wedges of black ash, then in the middle left is osage orange over machiche(?), and on the right is curly maple, a tiny sliver of redheart, African blackwood, purpleheart, and then backing it all is canary, padauk veneer, BOX. The padauk veneer also runs behind the santos mahogany in views 6 and 8.

view 8: santos mahogany

BOX: top and bottom are cocobolo, on the left is sycamore and on the right is lacewood

flaws/issues: The curly mahogany in view 7 has picked up a small amount of colored dust in the areas where the interlocked grain is pointing mostly outward, and this has given them an unnatural dark-stripe effect.

LATER: the canary in view 7 has darkened a bit and the osage orange in view 7 has darkened a lot and is now a golden brown (still has amazing chatoyance though)

comments: In the cocobolo in view 3, what looks like it is probably sapwood at each end is actually not. This is one of those pieces of cocobolo that has two radically different colors, one very dark and the other much lighter, right next to each other.





views 3c and 5d


view 2b


views 5c and 7c





view 1c as the bowl blank and then as the finished bowl