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African Blackwood Boxes

African Blackwood Boxes

Here are a couple of small woodturned boxes made from African Blackwood. The larger one is about 3″ tall and 2 1/4″ in diameter. The smaller one is about 2″ tall and 2 1/2″ in diameter. As you can see, they both have been textured quite a bit. The taller box has been textured with […]

A Spalted Maple Hollow Form

Here’s a hollow form made of spalted Sugar Maple that I finished recently. It was turned while still wet and since it has been finished it has slowly taken on an expected slight ovoid shape, giving it a unique appearance. It is 7 1/2″ by 4 1/2″ and finished with tung oil. The hole in […]

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Southwest Bowl With Laced Rim

Here’s a Southwest style bowl that I turned for my wife for Christmas. It is made out of Maple and it is 12 1/4 inches wide and 4 inches high and features ‘sinew’ lacing around the rim as well as a bit of turquoise inlay. The rim was first stained a Cherry red and then […]

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Large Tooth Aspen Southwest Pot

Here’s a large Southwest pot made from Large Tooth Aspen. It is 7″ high X 9 1/2″ at widest diameter and has a 4″ opening. It has been burned with a swirl design, stained and then finished with a semi-gloss spray lacquer. A couple of months ago I got several large pieces of Aspen from […]

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