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  1. Peyoke Medicine Bowl

    Here's a recent turning that I did for our local woodturning competition. It's called Peyoke Medicine Bowl. The Peyoke Medicine Bowl is a tribal mortar and pestle. A mortar and pestle is a tool used to crush, grind and mix, in this case, medicinal herbs and plants. The mortar, which is almost...
  2. Mortar and Pestle

    This is a mesquite Mortar and Pestle that I started in Arizona and finished when I got home. It is 3 1/2" in diameter and 3 1/2" high and finished with Danish oil and buffed and waxed with Carnuba wax. Cheers, Jim
  3. Mortar and pestle

    Maple and walnut. Mineral oil finish.
  4. Live edge red elm, and zebra wood mortar and pestle sets

    Just getting started into wood turning, so I figured I'd try to make a couple useful things since I hand grind my own incense. The red elm is reclaimed wood from a tree the electric company dropped last summer to clear a power line.
  5. Mortar and pestle

    Mortar and pestle made from spectraply. It is 4.75×3 inches. The finish is Mylands hi-gloss finish.
  6. Two new mortar and pestle sets

    These two sets are an attempt to continue practicing my wood turning, AND use up scrap wood around the shop. ;-) The set on the left has an East Indian rosewood mortar, while the bowl (from the top down) is layered birch, walnut, oak, walnut, oak. I tried to make it a goblet style bowl. these...
  7. Maclura Pomifera - Mortar and Pestle

    This object is approximately 8" in diameter and 7" high. I actually turned it last fall (it was the inspiration for this project, but my Brother-in-Law just graduated from pharmacy school, so it's been tucked behind the workbench since then. It was bright...
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