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Maple bowl with lots going on.

This one has a bit of everything, spalting, quilting, coffee filled cracks. It's just under 10" O.D. Finished with wipe on poly.

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Tim, that is really nice. Great looking piece of wood too. I like the little bit of a lip on the bowl rim. Keeps your hand from sliding off when ya pick it up. Keep em coming!

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Maple bowl with lots going on

WOW beautifull piece

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Very nice Tim.
Maple sure comes in a lot of varied forms. Interesting piece of wood. I have come across some like that and really enjoy turning it.
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Cool looking bowl.
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Very nice bowl, I like the rim you did, over all great work.

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"Just because your not bleeding, don't mean your turning safely"..
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