I have been primarily working on "stock" pieces as of late. Even though the one fair I go to is not until November, it is amazing how quick it will be here. So, I start building up a stock of pieces that usually sell well. This is one of them. This one I put online but several others won't be. It's 12 1/2" in diameter, 3 1/2" in height, 2 1/2" deep, and has a volume of about 3/4 gallon. Was able to leave some of the bottom layer of some bark on it. That always adds appeal to buyers. As I usually do I sealed the wood with a couple of coats of walnut oil and then polished it up with a walnut oil/shellac mixture that was heavy on shellac. Not sure if it's this batch of walnut oil or the shellac, but I am needing to go a bit thicker on the shellac to get more sheen to the finish. Oh, well. I buy them both by the gallon. I left the tenon on this one for reasons that seem to escape me at the moment, other than I forgot to go on and get rid of it. Guess it's cuz I be in a certain amount of pain from Saturday. Seemed to have strained the ol' back some yanking on slip cables and chains to hook to the loader bucket. Might have to take a couple of days off and spend them with my tens machine. AWK!!!