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  • California Peppertree Fruit Bowl

    This is the second of two pieces I made for a charity auction by Cornerstone Center for Early Learning in St. Louis, MO. This is from California Peppertree, and final dimensions of 11in diameter and 4in height, with 1/4in in the walls and 3/8in bottom thickness. Finished with sanding sealer, EEE ultra shine, and Shellawax cream. Thanks for watching!
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    Bill in Buena Park

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    Very nice Bill. What are you using for finish with your bowls? Does it depend on the intended use?
    Jon

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    • #3
      Thanks Jon. Yes, my finish does vary by intended use - decorative and fruit bowls, I use the Shellac/BLO/DNA for sealing, then EEE ultrashine, and Shellawax. For salad bowls, I'm using Mahoney's walnut oil.
      Bill in Buena Park

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      • #4
        Beautiful bowl Bill!
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        • #5
          Very nice looking bowl!
          Hank Lee

          Experience is what you get when you don't get what you wanted!

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          • #6
            Wow... that's beautiful. Also, the wood is interesting. It's like a more figured walnut.

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            • #7
              Thanks guys. I haven't found another wood quite the same, and I like it quite a bit - it's as hard as Ash when dry though, so a little hard to work. It's also prone to cracking while it's drying, so hard to get a nice large blank.
              Bill in Buena Park

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