This medium sized bowl is one of three turned from the same piece of spalted hard maple. The wood has some subtle figure, but the real feature is the dramatic spalting lines that make this piece truly unique. The outside of the bowl features a simple, curve that flows from the rim to the base. A reverse curve at the foot provides the form with some visual lift. The upper surface features an inviting, inward sloping rim that is unadorned and really lets the wood shine. The bottom of the bowl features a raised outer ring so the bowl always sits flat, while several concentric rings decorate the internal recess and serve as proof that the bottom was turned with as much care and attention to detail as the rest of the bowl. Finished with a simple, yet durable tung oil fishing and buffed to a high lustre, this is the perfect bowl for serving candy or nuts on special occasions or for popcorn on weekly movie nights.