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    Two bowls

    Two bowls done this afternoon the first a spalted bowl believed to be beech and the second Ash burnt on the outside and wire brushed the grain filled with "Hot Pink" wax and then a coat of woodwax over the top
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    Derek, I like both of your bowls but the burnt ash is really stand-out.
    Great job.
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    Two beautiful bowls Derek.
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    They look really nice, well done Sir.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Both very nice, and as said that burnt ash is something else
    When your up to your backside in alligators, Its kinda difficult to remember the objective was to drain the swamp

     
     
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    DErek thanks for showing these bowls,they are special.

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    A pair of great looking bowls Derek.

    The first one looks like it has a skin disease.

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    Two very nice bowls.....for me the spalted one is my favourite....lovely job mate
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