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This handcrafted bowl contains 61 pieces of exotic wood: Canary wood and Pau Amarello. The veins and grain change as the piece is turned. The shape adds interest also.
This handcrafted bowl contains 61 pieces of domestic wood: Walnut and White Ash. The veins and grain create the interesting affects as the wood is turned.
This box is turned from walnut. The grain is subtle in this piece of wood. It is interesting in this box. sold
This handcrafted bowl contains 61 pieces of exotic and domestic woods: Canary wood and walnut. Turning the piece presents the interesting design.
This handcrafted bowl contains 49 pieces of wood. Exotic wood: Zebra wood and domestic wood: walnut. The interesting design occurs as the wood is turned.
This bowl has a southwestern flare. It is made of 235 pieces of domestic woods, white ash and walnut placed with great precision to create this intricate design. The grains also add to the intricate design of the bowl. The inside is also beautiful and the grains are slightly different since the grains vary throughout wood.
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This bowl of domestic woods: walnut and white ash has 181 pieces of wood. The small pieces of wood are placed with great precision to obtain the intricate pattern.
This bowl contains 145 pieces of domestic woods: walnut and white ash placed with great precision to create this intricate design. The grains inside and out help develop the unique design. 7" dia x 4.25"h
This is one cedar. Since the grain changes throughout the bowl the different views help in getting a feel for the bowl. It measures 8.75" dia. x 4"H. sold
This cedar bowl measures 11" dia. x 4.5" H. The grain of this piece of wood is very different. The three views help to see them. The shape accents the grain. sold
This is a small cedar bowl measuring 6" dia x 3.75" H. The grain and veins of it are also very different than the ones below which creates a very interesting design. The shape of the bowl accents the design. sold
Pine has very interesting grains that accent the shape of this vase that measures 6.75" dia. x 11.5" H.
The walnut grains that vary from very dark to tan with what looks like stripping is displayed very well in this vase that is 5.75" dia. x 12.25" H. sold
This bowl has 109 pieces of wood. The shape of the bowl is accented by the delicate rings and the base of Zebra wood. The remainder of the bowl is white ash.
This bowl has been turned from walnut. It has very interesting grain that is accented by the shape of the bowl. The three views help to appreciate the changes of the grain as it is turned. sold
This bowl contains 19 pieces of wood. Walnut and white ash. The placement of the wood with the grain of the woods make it very interesting.
This box has been turned from pear wood. The very interesting grain and veins accent the shape of the box.
The grain and veins of cedar a domestic wood adds a great deal of interest to this goblet. The shape accents the grain.
The shape of this bowl is very conductive to many uses. This is a sample of shape and size. 7" dia. x 3"H.
These two white pine bowls are samples of size and shape, ie. straight up & down sides as opposed to sloped. A slight bead at the top & straight. sold
19 pieces of wood, exotic Zebra and domestic walnut and white ash create a unique look in this unusual design for a bowl. (6" dia. x 2" H)
19 pieces of wood, exotic: Panga Panga and Purpleheart and domestic: white maple arranged in this pattern create a unique appearance with the grain of the woods accenting the pattern.
The 19 pieces of wood exotics: Purpleheart and Zebra wood and domestic wood white maple create a very unusual design when placed in this arrangement. The grain of the Zebra wood is very pronounced.
The 19 pieces of wood in this bowl are exotic Canary wood and domestic woods: walnut and white maple. The colors, grain, and arrangement compliment the design.
The 19 pieces of wood exotic Bloodwood and Zebra wood and domestic white maple arranged and turned to create a very unique look due to the grain and color of the woods. sold
The lidded box to the right is made of walnut and white maple. The grain accents the shape of the box.
The four bowls all have domestic wood, walnut on the upper edge and base. The first three have Ambrosia Maple in the body, the forth has ash in the center. Each bowl contains 37 pieces of wood. The measurements are approx. 4" dia. x 3" h.
The two bowls above contain domestic woods: walnut and white ash. The gain of the woods after being turned are very interesting and are accented by the shape of each bowl. Each bowl contains 37 pieces of wood. The measurements approx. 4" dia x 3" h.
The two bowls above contain an exotic wood Honduras Redheart and domestic wood white ash. The shape of each bowl differs slightly accenting the grain of the woods. Each bowl contains 37 pieces of wood. Measurements: approx. 4" dia. x 3" h.
The two bowls above contain exotic wood Canary wood and domestic wood white maple in the center of the bowl. The distinctive shapes of each bowl accent the grain of the woods. Each bowl contains 37 pieces of wood. measurements 4"-5" dia. x 3" h.
The three bowls above contain exotic woods: Paduck and Canary wood. Each has an unique shape that is enhanced by the grain of the woods. Each bowl contains 37 pieces of wood. Measurements 4"-5" dia. x 2.5" - 3" h.
The three bowls above contain exotic wood Purpleheart and domestic wood white ash. The arrangement and shape of each bowl gives each one an unique appearance accented by the grain of of the woods. Each bowl contains 37 pieces of wood. Measurements are 4"-5" dia. x 3" h.
This handcrafted bowl contains 61 pieces of exotic woods: Bloodwood and Canary wood. As the bowl is turned the grains appear and add interest. The shape accents the grain.
This bowl has been turned from Walnut. The grain changes as the wood is removed. The colors are truely amaazing. The colors develop as the tree grows and repairs itself. This bowl has a food safe finish. It measures 11.5"dia x 5.5"H.
This Walnut bowl came from the same log. It is always interesting to see how the grain changes throughout the log. This change is not noted until it is turned. The shape of the bowl accents the grain of the wood. It measures 11"dia. x 4.75"H.
This bowl is also from the same log of walnut. Again the grain is different due to where the limbs occur. As it was turned it was enhanced by a decorating tool. It adds more visual interest. 10"dia. x 4.5"H.
This is Walnut also. It also has interesting grain, but the creamy yellow does not show in this piece. 5.25"dia x 1.5"H.
This cedar bowl displays some of the beautiful grain that cedar has. Plus the aroma is very nice. The knots add visual interest to the piece. 9.5"dia. x 5"H.
The yellow streaks of the cedar continue to be very interesting. It is always a challenge to maintain a good thickness and get the grain that is beautiful to show. 8.5"dia. x 3.5"H.
The very wide grain and knots of white pine remain very interesting. At the right angle it would appear to look like a face. The size and shape of this bowl lends itself to many uses. 7.5"dia x 3.5"H. $50.00.
White pine from different logs as well as the same log will have very different areas show up when turned. 6.5"dia. x 3.5"H.
White pine frequently has knots when viewed at certain angles appear to be a face. This could be really fun at halloween.
White pine has the most amazing grain and knots where branches have been. The grain is also very wavy. The dip in this bowl adds visual interest. It would be great for many small things. 5.75"dia x 3.5"H. $20.00
Pear has a rich golden color and has very interesting streaks in it. This bowl will be useful for many things. This bowl measures 6" dia. x 2"H.
There is a great deal of veining and streaking in this bowl. Again the knots where branches had been leave very interesting areas. 6.5"dia x 2"H.
Pear has a very tight and wavy grain. The movement of the tree as it grows creates very interesting changes in the wood as noted in the pictures above. The shape lends itself to many uses. This bowl measures 10.5"dia. x 3"H.
When Pecan is turned it displays very tight but interesting grain. The colors are amazing also. The shape of this bowl makes it great for many uses. This bowl measures 9.5"dia. x 2"H.
This shallow walnut bowl shows a lot of grain. Shape adds interest. 5"dia. x 1"H.
Knots in the walnut add interest visually as well as a challenge to the woodturner. 8.5"dia. x 3"H.
This walnut bowl is similar to the one below but the shape is slightly different. It is more open and the base is slightly shorter, 5.5"dia. x 1.5"H.
This is a fun little walnut bowl. It has a small amt of the golden yellow on two sides and is visible on the inside. 5.25"dia. x 1.75.
There is more streaking in this bowl. The areas where the branches were leave very interesting areas. This bowl can be used for various purposes. 5.5"dia. x 2"H.
The beautiful grain is present in this bowl. The outside has been enhanced with the texturing tool. 5.5"dia x 2.75"H.
The swirls of the grain in this bowl are truly beautiful. The shape adds interest also. 5"dia x 2.5"H.
The shape of this bowl accents the beautiful grain. The swirls are amazing! 4.25"dia x 2.75"H.
This bowl has been turned from poplar. The movement in the wood is due to the movement of the tree as it is growing. The color changes are due to the things absorbed by the tree as it is growing. This bowl would make a great salad bowl. This bowl measures 10"dia x 3.75"H. sold
This poplar bowl has amazing grain! The wavy grain known as "fiddleback" which is not always seen in this wood. The shape accents the beautiful grain. 10"dia x 4"H.
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These two bowls are Sycamore, native to N. America. The grain of each one is slightly different. They have each been turned slightly different, giving a different feel to each. The one on the left is 5.25"dia x 1.75"H, on the right it is 5"dia x 1.75"H. They are $20.00 each
The 2 bowls above are Figured Poplar. The figured poplar is unusual due to the amount of figuring that occurs as it is growing. As you can see the grain is different in each one. Also, they have been shaped differently while being turned adding to the visual and tactile interest.
This bowl is # 427. It has been enhanced with a textureing tool. It is approx. 10.5"dia x 4.5"H. It is $65.00
This bowl is # 428. It measures approx. 10.25"dia x 4.5"H. It is $60.00.
This Walnut bowl has amazing grain and color. The sapwood (light wood) is slightly spallted adding a great deal of interest to the bowl. There is a slight mauve iridescence which is very unusual in Walnut. The shape makes it very suitable for a salad. It is approx. 10"dia x 4.75"H. It is $70.00.
This walnut bowl has a beautiful grain and color. The mauve, which is unusual for walnut makes it amazing. The shape of the bowl adds a great deal of interest to the bowl. It is 11.5"dia x 5.25"H. It is $110.00.
The colors in this Apple wood bowl are amazing!!!!! The shape when turned enhances the colors and adds interest to the bowl which has a food safe finish. It is 5.5"dia x 3.5"H. It is $50.00.
This segmented bowl of Walnut and White Ash contains 73 pieces of wood that are cut and sanded and then placed with great precision to develop this beautiful bowl that has the grain displayed very nicely by the way it was turned. 9" dia x 5"h
This segmented bowl has109 pieces of Zebrawoood (exotic) and White Ash (domestic). The grain of the Zebrawood is very dramatic when it is turned, giving it the scalloped look. The White Ash has a much more subtle grain but also shows some scalloping when turned. The shape of the bowl accents the grain a great deal. 10" dia. x 6.5"h.
This is what 109 pieces of Black Limba (Angola & Zaire) and Zebrawood looks like. The grain of the Zebrawood is very dramatic.The subtle grain of the Black Limba accents it very nicely. The shape of the bowl with the curves accents the rings giving the bowl a very beautiful look. The 11"dia x 6.75" size will make a great display. #440 sku # 5482
This bowl contains 73 pieces of wood from exotic: Coyote (Central America), & Pau Amarello (Central & South America) . The grain is fantastic!! This bowl is nice and thin. The curves and edge are truly beautiful. 9.75" dia x 5.5"h #438 sku # 5527
This bowl has amazing colors due to the 61 pieces of wood, they are: exotic - Black Limba (Angola & Zaire), Bubinga (Africa), Canary wood ( S. America),Coyote ( Central America), Figured Redheart (Central America), Leopardwood ( Central & South America), Monkey Pod (entral & South America), Zebrawood ( Africa). The grains of the different woods demonstrate how unusual they are when they are turned and exposed. 9.75" dia x 5"h #431 sku # 5499
This bowl with 73 pieces of exotic woods from Buginga ( Africa) & Monkey Pod ( Central & South America) has a subtle impact with the interesting grain and color. The shape is gentle and accents the subtle colors. 9.5" dia x 5.25"h #437 sku # 5489
This bowl also contains 73 pieces of exotic woods. They are: Bubinga ( Africa) & Pau Amarello (Central & South America). The Bubinga has more of the light red color with more dominate grain in this piece, again the shape accents the grain. The edge and thinness of this bowl is great! The Pau Amarello also has more grain showing. 9.75" dia x 5.5"h #439 sku #5518
This bowl has an impressive 97 pieces of exotic Leopardwood (Central & South America) & Panga Panga (Africa) and domestic Tiger Tail Maple.The Leopardwood or Lacewood has a very unique grain which is very subtle. The contrast of the Panga Panga and Tiger Tail Maple make a very interesting feature ring. The shape brings out the grain in all the woods. 9.75" dia x 5.75"h #436 sku # 5488
This bowl that contains 73 pieces of exotic Bloodwood and Leopoardwood ( both from Central & South America) has a lighter color and more of the flakeu grain than the bowl above. The grain and color varies throughout a board giving each piece an individual look. The Bloodwood accents the color of the Leopardwood as well as the shape of the bowl. 9.75' dia x 5" h #433 sku # 5461
73 pieces of exotic Canarywood (South America) and Panga Panga (Africa) comprise this very interesting bowl. The grain of Canarywood the "rainbow" wood has a great many hues as well as unusual grain as displayed on the left. The Panga Panga accents the colors as well as the shape of the bowl. It has a very fine thinness to it, making it more beautiful. 9.75" dia x 5.5"h #435 sku # 5524
Figured Redheart (Central America) and Panga Panga (Africa) team up with 73 pieces of wood to make this very dramatic bowl. The Figured Redheart is unusual and makes this bowl with the Panga Panga an amazing piece. The shape of the bowl accents the colors and grain. 9.5" dia x 5"h #432 sku # 5508
The dramatic grain of Zebrawood (Africa), accented by the combined Monkey Pod (Central & South America) & Tiger Tail Maple ( North America) as a feature make a very interesting bowl. The grain of the Monkey Pod at the bottom of the bowl is very unique. The light pink of the Tiger Tail shows it's unusual character. It contains 97 pieces of wood 9.75' dia x 5.25"h # 434
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This bowl has 73 pieces of exotic woods from Coytoe (Central America) & Pau Amarello (Central & South America) has an interesting contrast with the different grain and color. The shape accents the colors. 9 7/8" dia x 4.75"h #438 sku # 5489