I turned this today while having a break in the monsoon season we seem to be having here. The burl was dry so I had to go real slow with it. Actually wasn't sure if I was going to complete it or not as there was another rain front on the way. Luck was with me. It's 9 1/2" in diameter, 2 1/2" high, and 1 3/4" deep. I sealed the wood as I always do with walnut oil. I have started trying that stuff out called OB's Shine Juice the other day. I found it to work real well with this wood. I did not have good results on softer woods like cedar and cottonwood. I guess it is not heavy enough to soak in as well as build up a finish. Or, I just goofed up with it. It has just enough shine to me to be nice looking but not shining like a bauble or something that would attract a raccoon. I burned a line into the outside just under the lip. I left enough of the natural edge to attract my rustic fans out there. Hope you like it.