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Old 02-07-2018, 01:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Segmented Bowl

This is the one referred to in a long recent thread about cutting segments where I showed the glue-ups on it . . Yesterday I said I would finish it after a day trip south of the border but decided to finish it off this morning instead .
18 segments and 18 spacers per ring .

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Beautiful work. Great colors and well done!
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I like it. How did you get the scallop effect on the rim?

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Originally Posted by Gary Beasley View Post
I like it. How did you get the scallop effect on the rim?
Ancient Chinese secret .

Well not really .
The entire process of making that one as well as all the vortex and dizzy bowls that I have posted only a few of here is well documented over a LOT of threads by myself and many members on my Woodworking Friends site.
Wish I had the time to share it here with you guys but there are not enough hours in a day and my site as well as my own woodworking keep me very busy .
Thanks for all the kind comments. It is much appreciated
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