Unusual White Cedar Burl Bowl (Finished)

This white cedar burl came from the UP of Michigan and has the most amazing thick and knobby bark. The burl and bowl (10.25" in diameter, 9.9" in height) are shown in images below. The burl also had a lot of decay, making it very difficult to turn. I struggled with this one for an entire day. The decay is mostly just under the base of the bowl, probably the worst place for turning. The resulting bowl is beautiful with unusual colors (brown, gold, green, and blue) and the most amazing thick bark edge. The wavy and colorful patterns are unusual and look a landscape scene in Iceland. The decayed parts of the bowl are jagged dark areas and holes. Some of the holes were caused by worms. The beaut

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Artistic lathe turned wood bowls from Lake Superior area

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