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Wooden Bowls

Wooden bowls are made from madrone, black walnut, oak, maple, fishtail oak, paduke, monkey pod and others. Sizes range from 4 to 14 inches. Bowls have various finishes, including food safe.

The Three Legged Bowl - maple burl bowl made from locally grown wood in Oregon air dried for more than four years. Three Legged Maple Burl Bowl
   
Madrone Burl Bowl - Madrone harvested in Oregon.  Makes beautiful bowls, and turns wonderfully.  But, its a hard wood to prepare for turning.  The wood twists and cracks during drying unless its boiled for about 4 hours.  Then its beautiful to turn on the lathe.
   
Big Leaf Maple Bowl- Wood harvested from a local tree, and allowed to dry after turning.
   
Unknown wood - Well, I was told it was Monkey pod, but looking on line, this doesn't look anything like that.  A nice bowl with carved feet.
   
Big Leaf Maple Bowl- Wood harvested from a local tree, and allowed to dry after turning.  With a bark edge.