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This is my sixth dye bowl and its quite gorgeous. This is my first-time blending colors (Orange and Red) and I have to say I’m quite pleased with the result. The wood itself is soft maple with some ambrosia stains which adds excellent contrast. The thing that I like about the dye is it allows you to see the waves of the grain, it almost makes it seem more organic.

This is one of the largest bowls I have ever done, measuring in at 7.5inches wide, and 3 inches tall this bowl is quite large. This bowl is not food safe, when cleaning use a damp cloth but make sure not to fully immerse it in water or any fluid. Please note that small cracks and other irregularities are a natural occurrence in the wood; they are not considered defects.
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This is one of my favorite pieces so far. This is my second Ribbon Sapele piece and I have to say I had a blast working with it.

Sapele is an exotic wood found in the south west of Africa. Very similar to mahogany but cuts far easier and as you can tell sands to an extreme luster. The ribbon stripe figure comes from quarter sawing the log - the interlocked grain of Sapele produces the length wise stripes, or ribbons.

This bowl has excellent chatoyance the light literally dances off of it. This piece is 8.75 inches wide, and just under 4 inches tall.

This bowl is food safe, when cleaning use a damp cloth but make sure not to fully immerse it in water or any fluid. Please note that small cracks and other irregularities are a natural occurrence in the wood; they are not considered defects.
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This is a gorgeous piece of Makore that I am in love with. Makore also known as Aganokwe, African Cherry, and Baku, is found in West Africa. It is an exceptionally large tree growing up to 200 feet in height with diameters approaching 9 feet. It is typical to have a Reddish-brown to pink color which i feel really shows off in this piece.

I made a pedestal in the center of the bowl with burn lines to really set itself apart from other bowls. Coming in at 9.5 inches wide and just under 2 inches tall, this bowl has excellent size for both display and use. This bowl is food safe, when cleaning use a damp cloth but make sure not to fully immerse it in water or any fluid. Please note that small cracks and other irregularities are a natural occurrence in the wood; they are not considered defects.

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$45.00
This is my fifth dye bowl and its quite gorgeous. The wood itself is soft maple with some ambrosia stains which adds excellent contrast. The thing that I like about the dye is it allows you to see the waves of the grain, it almost makes it seem more organic.

This is one of the largest bowls I have ever done, measuring in at 9.75 inches wide, and 3 inches tall this bowl is quite large. This bowl is food safe, when cleaning use a damp cloth but make sure not to fully immerse it in water or any fluid. Please note that small cracks and other irregularities are a natural occurrence in the wood; they are not considered defects.
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This is my first butternut piece and I love it. Butternut wood is one of North America’s most gorgeous timbers. It is a member of the walnut family with a cathedral grain pattern that looks like waves breaking on a beach. At one time it was considered “the poor man’s walnut”, butternut is now prized by many.

Coming in at 7.75 inches wide and 2 inches tall this bowl has excellent size and character for both display and use. This bowl is food safe, when cleaning use a damp cloth but make sure not to fully immerse it in water or any fluid. Please note that small cracks and other irregularities are a natural occurrence in the wood; they are not considered defects.
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$40.00
This is my second Makore bowl. I am becoming a huge fan of this wood. Makore also known as Aganokwe, African Cherry, and Baku, is found in West Africa. It is an exceptionally large tree growing up to 200 feet in height with diameters approaching 9 feet. It is typical to have a Reddish-brown to pink color which i feel really shows off in this piece. I made a pedestal in the center of the bowl with burn lines to really set itself apart from other bowls.

Coming in at 9.75 inches wide and just under 2 inches tall, this bowl has excellent size for both display and use. This bowl is food safe, when cleaning use a damp cloth but make sure not to fully immerse it in water or any fluid. Please note that small cracks and other irregularities are a natural occurrence in the wood; they are not considered defects.