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Thread: n/e Ash bowl

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    n/e Ash bowl

    Hi' not posted in quite a while. This is a n/e ash bowl 10insx6ins at the tall point and 3ins at the lowest. Finish is d/o and wood wax 22. Hope to be posting more now I am back at the lathe
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    That is just a real pretty bowl. Fact I'd put that up with the best NE bowl I have seen.
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    Pretty nice bowl, John. I like the finish too.
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    Great wood, shape and finish!!

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    nice piece of ash you have there for sure the quilting that you show off very well is not common in ash.. you have a prize piece there
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    Beautiful bowl. Thanks for showing it to me.

    Enjoy,

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    Thank you for your kind comments. Larry the quilting surprised me I have some more of this ash so finger's crossed that their is more
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    Nicely done. You were indeed fortunate to find such a nice piece of wood to work with.
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    That is a nicely done piece out of some really nice wood.
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    What a beautiful piece! Nicely done!!

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