Bowls

Description

All of our bowls are meant to be used. Most of my bowls are roughed out of green wood, allowed to dry (and warp) and then turned a second time to finished dimension and shape. All of the bowls are finished with food-safe finishes and should be maintained by simply wiping clean with a mild soap and immediately dried. The original sheen can be restored by duffing with soft, dry cloth.

Some Recent Bowls:

14" White Ash Fruit Bowl

This white ash salad bowl features a simple hemi-spherical shape with wide bead at the ...

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Baltic Birch Woven Illusion BFB

This unique bowl is actually turned from several laminations cut from a single board that ...

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10" Cherry Bowl

This simple bowl is turned from a very nice piece of black cherry that has ...

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Cherry Bowl with Maple Cresents

This unique bowl is actually turned from several laminations cut from a single board that ...

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Curly Maple and Cherry Checkered BFB

This unique bowl is actually turned from several laminations cut from a single board that ...

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Ash and Cherry Double Dovetail Bowl

This unique bowl is actually turned from several laminations cut from a single board that ...

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Maple Bowl from a board

This delicate bowl is actually turned from several laminations cut from a single board and ...

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9.5" Cherry Bowl

This simple bowl is turned from a piece of black cherry that is full of ...

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Spalted Maple Calibash Bowl 2

This calibash style bowl is turned from a spectacularly spalted piece of hard maple (Acer ...

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Walnut Calibash Bowl - 2

This calibash style bowl is turned from a beautiful piece of black walnut (Juglans nigra). ...

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Hophornbeam Calibash Bowl

This simple shallow calibash type bowl is turned from an interesting piece of hophornbeam (Ostrya ...

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Hophornbeam Bowl

This simple bowl is turned from an interesting piece of hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana) which is ...

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