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alder wood

305mm x 140 mm
 

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Inquiring minds and all......did you need to do this to the turning to 'bandaid' a crack from the pith, or was it always planned while you were making the piece?



I like everything about this one! Timber looks really nice. Finish is great.





Scott (I really need to do some bowls) B
 

kruger

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Inquiring minds and all......did you need to do this to the turning to 'bandaid' a crack from the pith, or was it always planned while you were making the piece?



I like everything about this one! Timber looks really nice. Finish is great.





Scott (I really need to do some bowls) B

i want to see your next bowl, if this one inspire you, this will be a great pleasure for me. lol
 

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Superb !!
At first I couldn't figure out how you could possibly turn that, then I figured you must have cut it out after turning. Beautifully made !!:good::good::good:
 
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