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  1. #1
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    walnut bowls

    Here are a few walnut bowls that I completed this morning. Sizes range from 4" to 8". Buffed DO finish.
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    Some good M&M holding stuff Mark! Nice finish to bring out the grain.
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    Love 'em all!!

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    Those are nice bowls... great work.

    I'm out of walnut and it's getting harder to find around here lately...
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    Very nice, Mr. Pruitt. Hope to see more soon.

    And it's 'bout time you showed up around here, buddy!
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    That's some pretty walnut! Thanks for sharing!
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    Nice looking wood there!

    The grain in shot #4 is pretty stunning.
    I like the simple classic shape of the one in #1.
    I want to like #5, but the curve under the lip and the square top somehow clashes for me, others likely feel differently.

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