Finished this little critter this afternoon. Had to do a tad bit of tweaking and got it where I wanted it. The outside diameter is 8 1/2" with the lip being 6". Height comes in at 5" with a depth of 4". Gives enough weight in the base for a little extra stability which I like. When I was looking at the photos to crop them and so on I thought I had done some wrong. Looking at the inside shots it looks like there might be a rim or a tool mark or something but there isn't. Just the wood color playing some tricks on me. I filled two cracks with come crushed turquoise stone and the spider cracking I filled with superglue and pecan dust. You can still see the cracks just not feel them which is my goal. I managed to keep some of the inner bark layer on as well. As per my usual I sealed the wood with two coats of walnut oil and then used a mixture of walnut oil and shellac to finish it, the mixture being very heavy on the shellac.