This is the first elm bowl out of the kiln from all those logs I brought up a little while back. I do like it's color. There's just a bit of spalting here and there in it. The wood did have a small area of burring in it that I finally got out of it. Took a bunch of sanding but was worth it. It's 14 1/4" in diameter, 4 1/4" high, and has a depth of just over 3". As usual for me it has a rather heavy base. But, the bowl only weighs 4 pounds so the heavy base is not too cumbersome. Pretty much as I usually do the wood received two coats of walnut oil for sealing and then was finished with a walnut oil/shellac mixture. Hope you all like it.