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    Old Hunk of Oak

    I thought I'd try this old cracked oak just for the heck of it. Lots of cracks but not too bad IMHO. White Oak; 9 1/2" X 4"; sanded to 600 grit; Tung Oil and buffed.
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    Last edited by Christopher K Hartley; 12-31-2007 at 10:00 PM.

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    Nice form on the bowl Chris! I like the rim style and love the color - already looks aged! Nice work!
    Steve

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    Turned out to be a very nice "just for the heck of it" bowl.
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    That is a beauty Chris. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Schlumpf View Post
    Nice form on the bowl Chris! I like the rim style and love the color - already looks aged! Nice work!
    What Steve said. Nice job, Chris.
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