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    A bowl to hold something?

    Another Walnut Bowl with a different look! I do believe this is the thinnest bowl I've ever done... I'm guessing it is about 3/16 inch. The Bowl is 8" x 3". My regular food safe formula for a finish.



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    I like this one a lot, Jon. It has a modern look to it.
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    Good looking bowl Jon, As Vaughn said it has a nice modern feel to it

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    Great looking bowl Jon. I really like the form and wood.
    Bernie W.

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    That's beautiful, Jon. A really pleasing form and executed to perfection. Great photo which leads me to....

    Another thread.
    Cody


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    I like the form very much, it gives it a "modern" look.
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Jon great looking walnut bowl.
    Always like learning something new!

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    They said it all! Very nice.

    Bruce
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