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  1. Kingwood Winged bowl

    I'm finally getting my winged Kingwood bowl posted. This was the second winged turning, done after doing the winged goblet. I don't have a lot of pics of the sides, but they curve in similar to the skirted bowl and goblet. I chose to leave in the critter marks, along with the pith contrasting...
  2. Bowls made from small Crotches

    Crotch wood, that is logs where a branch or trunk diverge into two branches, contains a chunk of highly figured wood known as "feather figure", so named because it often resembles a feather. On small crotch logs, there is little feather figure to be had, and turning such chunks of wood in the...
  3. Winged Bowls

    These winged bowls are a joy to make and tests one's tool control to the extreme. I also find them great for those times when I have a small diameter log in a valuable species, because, although the bowl section is no larger than if I made a conventional bowl, the overall size of a winged bowl...
  4. Matrimony Bowl

    It may sound corny, but this winged bowl made from Callery Pear, with sapwood on one side and heartwood on the other, reminds me of everything about marriage: Two parts (the sapwood and the heartwood) are united; The two sides will be more alike over time (as the sapwood darkens); the two...
  5. Winged Box - First Attempt

    After watching some online videos about how to make a winged bowl, I decided to give it a try. This is the video that I referenced - http://www.youtube.com/user/bobham5#p/u/173/BUeByxpbB9M . Here's my first try at one. It's made of maple with a walnut lid and measures 7.25"w x 2.5"d x 2.125"h...
  6. Red Mallee Fringed Bowl

    Small red mallee burl bowl finished with some bees wax.
  7. Eucalyptus Crotch-Winged Bowl (for COR Enterprises charity auction)

    Last year (in March 2011) I traveled to Todd Clippinger's shop to team up with Todd to make one of his Shaker Benches to be donated to the annual COR Enterprises charity auction. This year, I cannot travel to Billings, so I decided to make something here in my San Jose (California) shop and...
  8. Wood finds and roughing

    On a wet, dreary Northern England day about two weeks ago, the better half and I went hunting for interesting wood for me to turn. First photo shows the finds, from bottom to top, a bit of cut log, possibly Field Maple, middle, a thing that in all honesty I have no idea about and finally, a...
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