Walhnutu (Photos 1-3). This striking natural edge walnut bowl was turned from a fallen tree on the 200 block of Park Ave. in Swarthmore, PA. In the process of turning this bowl, it cracked here and there during the drying process. We then filled the major cracks with resin. Approximately 11” diameter with a 9” opening at the top x 5.25-6"” deep.
Tourbillion (photos 4-6). This Walnut Bowl was turned from a fallen tree on Park Ave. in Swarthmore, PA. Approximately 12.5” x 12.75” x 3.5”.
Oblique Concavity (photos 7-8). This walnut bowl was turned from wood that was salvaged from a scrap pile in Glen Mills, PA. Approximately 10” x 9.25” x 4.75”.
These bowls were finished with Betty’s Board Butter (beeswax & food safe mineral oil). Clean with a damp cloth. Dry immediately. Re-oil occasionally.