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Thread: Utility Bowl in Elm

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    Utility Bowl in Elm

    8" X 3.5" with 3/8 walls and a walnut oil (Mahoney's) and beeswax finish. I usually do a couple of coats of the Mahoney's and let them dry for several days or a week, then rub on a oil/wax mix that I use for eating utensils (4 parts oil/one part beeswax) and hand buff. This is a great little salad/popcorn bowl.
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    That sure is a pretty bowl! The shape is perfect and the color in the wood is really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Fuller View Post
    That sure is a pretty bowl! The shape is perfect and the color in the wood is really nice.
    I agree completely with Curt on this one. Great job, Ted.
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    Another one with a great shape and beautiful wood.
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    I like the layered design....something out of the norm.

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    That's a smooth looking piece of Elm, congrats on keeping the sharp edge detail.
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    Thumbs up nice design.

    yes I really like the layered design as well, I think I will do a little coping on this one, If you don't mind.
    very well done.

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    I really like the layered design too. Very well done.

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