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    Walnut Bowl

    Here is a walnut bowl I finished turning. It is 8 3/4" across and 2 1/4" deep. Finished with Antique Oil.
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    That's a nice piece of walnut...
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    Walnut bowl

    Nice work there,very nice

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    Beautiful bow Bernie, I'm envious and wish I had the time to lean how to use my lathe.
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    Thanks again. It was a toss up between this one and the ambrosia maple. Of course I love turning walnut especially when I can manipulate it to get the grain to show as it is.
    Bernie W.

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    Looks like you were able to get the grain centered very well. Excellent work, Bernie. You've also turned some nice clean lines on this open form. Beautiful work.
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    No sooner do I finish commenting on your other bowl then I see this beautiful walnut bowl Bernie! Very nice, and great respect for the wood.



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    Another nice one, Bernie. Great job. Did you turn it wet, or start with dried stock?
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    Very Nice!

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    Well Done Bernie!
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