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    A Bowl of Bits.

    Walnut & Beech 130mm dia.
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    Another winner Chas. really great design and wood combination.

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    Great job man .

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    Gads. I did a walnut bowl and put eight little maple dots in the bottom and thought I had done something. If I ever get as good as you my shop won't be able to hold my ego.

    Thanks for the show and Enjoy,

    JimB
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    Great looking bowl Chas. Well done.
    Bernie W.

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    Add another fine bowl to the collection. Great work, Chas.
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    Beautiful bowl Chas
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    This is almost festive Chas!! Great use of stuff sitting around.
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    Sure do like the looks of your bowls.
    Dennis

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    That's a great look to your bowl there Chas.... I keep looking at your work and thinking I need to get off my duff and give it a try... maybe this spring after all my holiday shows I can work on them for next year... keep up the good work... you're a great inspiration.
    Chuck
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