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    Black Walnut Natural Edge

    And yet another one... 19" wide at the tips... antique oil finish...



    If you have a pulse you have a purpose...

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    I think the sapwood might be too much! I don't see anything!
    "Small Change got rained on with his own 38"

    Tom Waits

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    Mark, another stunning piece. Well Done
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    Wow Mark - looks like you got back into the swing of things! Real nice NE - great form and finish! Reminds me of a gondola! Ever think of turning boats?
    Steve

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    Mark, great looking NE and excellent photography. Photos are so clear that I could almost reach into the screen and touch the bowl.

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    Mark,

    I wish I could turn just one NE as well as you do on all of yours! Another beautiful piece. Do you ever run out of walnut?
    Ken
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    Mark,

    That is stunning! At work it did not show up on the computer but at home it does.
    "Small Change got rained on with his own 38"

    Tom Waits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Fitzgerald View Post
    Do you ever run out of walnut?
    Uhhhh... not for a while anyway...
    If you have a pulse you have a purpose...

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    Mark that is one beautiful piece. Sir you haven't lost a step. Well done.
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    Wow, that looks like some of that rare Black Cedarnut wood. Another fine one Mark. At 19", that's a biggun, too.
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