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    Stained ash bowl

    Bowl is about 11"x2" and I stained the bottom and edge with black dye. Maybe I should have dyed the whole thing. The finish is WOP.


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    Fred
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    good work fred!
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    Very nice Fred!
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    I like it a bunch.

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    Looks good from here, Fred.
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    Nope Fred, it is beautiful as it is.
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    Beautiful bowl, Fred! And I agree with Bernie. I think the natural inside contrasts nicely with the stained lip and bottom.
    Billy B.

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    That's a beauty Fred
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    Very nice!
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