Custom Wood Bowls and Other Turnings

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Spalted Sycamore

Spalted Sycamore

8″ wide bowl of crazy spalted sycamore.


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Walnut

Walnut

Three pieces of scrap walnut came together to make a simple stand for a big candle.

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Cherry Chalice and Paten

Cherry Chalice and Paten

Altar service of cherry. The chalice is probably the most gnarly piece of wood I’ve turned—worm holes, cracks, tortured grain, altogether seemingly unusable; reclaimed from the firewood stack. However, just as we ourselves can be pretty ugly, God can reclaim us and use us for His glory. A fun project.
Photo by Tod Martens—Thanks Tod!

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Spalted Sycamore

Spalted Sycamore

11″ bowl highlighted by the spalting created by fungi in the wood.
Photo by Tod Martens Thanks Tod!
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Sugar Maple

Sugar Maple

Tiny little cup of Indiana sugar maple. Very thin walls.


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Hawthorn

Hawthorn

Love the variegated grain of Hawthorn.


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Cherry Vase

Cherry Vase

Small, very grungy piece of wood: lots of knots, splits and cracks, some spalting. But that makes it fun.