I finished this (and another bowl) last weekend, but I finally got around to getting the pics off my camera and resized tonight. This bowl is spalted sycamore, about 9" x 3 1/2" tall. I rough-turned it a bit thinner than I should have, so by the time I re-turned it round, the walls were only about 3/16" thick, and I was shooting for more like 3/8".
I also guess it wasn't quite as dry as I thought when I re-turned it, because it didn't stay round for long. The profile picture shows the warped rim. It did all the warping after I applied the finish.
It's also got a few cracks in the bottom that I left as-is. It'll work fine as a fruit bowl; I don't need it to hold water. The finish is several coats of Formby's Tung Oil mix, buffed through white diamond and waxed with Renaissance Wax.
Comments and suggestions are welcome...