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I have a customer who loves Black Walnut when I started this piece the small cracks became larger, didn't know what to do. Decided to fill the voids with brass that I had from a lock smith, so a little filings and CA building slowly until the voids were over filled. Then sanded and finished with multiple coats of polyurethane then buffed.

All comments are welcome, and thanks for looking!

'The Sedcokid'

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Great job saving the bowl with the brass. Seems like whenever I work with walnut, a crack always wants to appear.
Nice work.
 

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That combination is excellent!

Love the shine, too!!
 

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very nice piece, chuck

jim
 

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Great looking bowl Chuck and a nice save with the brass filings. Like the finish you have achieved, well done.
 

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Well done Chuck
 

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Nice bowls outthere. I like this one due very beautiful dark wood colour and glossy finish.
 

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Interesting idea with the brass. Will have to keep that in mind.
 

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Beautiful bowl !
 

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Super gorgeous!
 

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Your fill compliments the walnut just great Chuck, another lovely finish to your work
pete
 

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Great finish on your bowls Chuck. I like the looks of Black Walnut and find it's a nice hard wood to work with.
 
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