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    Spalted beech

    Some more of that spalted beech stuff you don't seem to have over there.

    both approx 8" dia. Deep bowl is 5" deep, shallow is 1 1/2"





    Pete

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    Pete as always great work
    Steve

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    Both are very pretty Pete. I particularly like the shallower bowl.
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    I'm beginning to think you guys over there should share some of that spalted beech with your poor colonial cousins??
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    That is some pretty wood. Don't we have beech over here? Nice work

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    I like the shallow bowl the best. Both are nice. Are you close to Peterlee?

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    Love the shallow one Pete...my kinda bowl.
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    Pete great job on the bowls out of some really pretty wood.
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    Pete, that is beautiful work. I like the shapes and the wood. Keep them coming.

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