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    Cherry NE

    Here is a recently completed Cherry NE. I was happy to see the bark stay on this one; I stabilized it with CA as I turned it. 11" at the wings; finished with a sequence of BLO-DO-poly, and Beall buffed.



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    Beautiful! I love the foot and curve to this bowl. Nice work on keeping the bark as well. Very Well Done.
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    Now that is a beauty. Love the form and the foot. Great finish.
    Bernie W.

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    Mark, that is a classic NE form, nicely done for sure, that bark looks great!

    Great pics too
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    Love the foot and the bowl just exudes symetry. It's beautiful.
    Cody


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    Quite the bowl Mark! Nice job on all the bark! Great job on centering the piece!
    Steve

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    Great looking NE bowl really like the foot and it is nicely proportioned
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    One of the most beautiful bowls I've seen.

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    Mark,

    Awesome!!! I aspire to have bowls turn out this good. Great job.
    Lee Laird
    Austin TX

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    Very artful. Everything about it is beautiful, shape, coloring, finish.
    A true

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