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    Walnut Winged Bowl

    Roughed this out awhile ago. Decided midway through returning it I wanted it to sort of ripple on the wings and started toward that goal. Didn't really work out. I guess they can't all be winners. Maybe next time.

    11.5"x8"x2" Walnut






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    Looks good, really love the color contrast of the walnut.
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    I like it, very nice.

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    I'd love to have a timber like walnut readily available here in Aus, I admire the deep chocolatey colours and the contrasting sapwood. You've done justice to this piece, well done

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    Cool piece Jeremy. Love the contrasting wood and the NE.
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    That's just pretty...
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    Looks great Jeremy! Love the contrast of sapwood and heartwood!
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    pretty piece..bet it sounded like a prop plane taking off when you turned it. !!!
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    Nice piece Jeremy, good looking walnut with lots of color & contrast. Great job.
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