Funky shaped, square “handkerchief” bowl turned from contrasting pieces of poplar, cherry and walnut. When looked from above and to the side, some would say it has the appearance of a “black hole
Poplar, Cherry & Walnut
|Dimensions||10.5 × 3.75 in|
My collection consists of hand turned bowls, plates, platters and vases made from native American woods including: apple, box elder, cedar, cherry, oak, hickory, poplar and walnut. They may be turned from solid blanks or alternating strips of different woods and grains yielding intricate and fascinating shapes and patterns. The wood’s natural grain, as well as knots, cracks & inclusions, enhance the beauty of each piece. If you would like to see how a bowl is made from a raw piece of wood, go to the “Large Cherry Burl Bowl” to view the steps in the turning process
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