Spalted Beech Collection

Spalted Beech Collection

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Simply beautiful.

These bowls were turned from slabs of culled American Beech Flair Butt. The wood was discarded in the woods in Media, PA, where it sat long enough to be colonized by various fungi who erected barriers to protect their food source, creating distinct black zone lines. Finished with Betty’s Board Butter (beeswax & food safe mineral oil).

Stratus (photo 1-2): 9.5” x 1.5”.

Squall (photos 3-4): 5.25” x 1.25”.

Smuir (photos 5-6): 8.5” x 8.25” x 1.25”.

Cumulus (photo 7): 6” x 1.25”.

Tasmanian Devil (photo 1 & 8): 8.5” x 8.25” x 1.5”.

Derecho (photo 9): 9” x 1.25”.

Ace in the Hole (photo 1 & 10): 9.25” x 1.5”.

Beukenboom (photo 11): 8” x 1”.

Émard’s Wish (photo 12): 9” x 1.5”.

Maiden Spalting (photo 13): 9” x 1.5”.

Sunday Brunch (photo 14): Bethany’s first bowl after a 7 year turning hiatus. 8.5” x 1.5”.

Stripes 1 & 2 (photo 15): 4.75” x 1.25”.

Windy City (photos 16 & 17): 6.25”in diameter x 1.25” deep.

Zephyr (photos 18-19): 8” x 1.5”.

Troposphere (photos 20-21): 5.75" x 1.25".

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