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    American Elm

    These are a couple of American Elm bowls that are 10 and 12 inch diameter.

    They are finished with shellawax and they have been sold
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Jordan View Post
    ...and they have been sold
    That's about the best kind of bowl there is. Nicely done, Pete.
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    Well Done Pete. Great classic bowls and sold too!!
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    Very nice Pete, I see a future for them filled to the top with juicy apples.



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    Great job on some good looking bowls.
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    Nice job Pete. Ya can't get any better than that! Merry Christmas!!
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    Beautiful bowls, Pete. Like John, I also believe that Elm may be underappreciated. It's one of the most plentiful woods that I get for turning but it also looks great when finished...as your bowls prove.
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    Pete, those are really nice. Nice that they are sold also.

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    Thumbs up

    Nice bowls Pete! I love the grain pattern in elm...
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