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Blister

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Made this today

Spalted Beach

7" dia 2 1/2" high

sanded to 400 grit ,
Sanding sealers then Microcrystalline wax
 

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The foot's not to my personal taste but everything else is very nice. This may sound a bit odd but I find the inside curve and finish particularly eye-pleasing, maybe because of the trouble I have with it. The profile is quite deceptive, it looks at least half as tall as it is wide.
 

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Paul.J":x8oxzjpj said:
Nice clean bowl Allen with nice detail round the rim. :D
Not so keen though on the foot either.


Paul

I normally remove the foot on my bowls but fancied something different , its only about 3mm

Thanks for the comments
 

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Very nice, Mr B. I like the way the foot lifts the bowl off the surface. Like the low-key rim details, too.
Though isn't the wood Beech, rather than Beach?
(Sorry, Mum's a stickler for spelling)
Cheers,
Greg
 
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