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1201-2 Maple Fiddleback (Bottom View)
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1201-2 Maple Fiddleback (Bottom View)

1201 Maple w/Fiddleback Figure, 8 x 2.25, Sanded to 1200, Danish Oil, Bealle Buff.

10% MC as received, so no further seasoning required. Overall size was 8.5 x 2.5

Your comments, opinions and critiques are greatly appreciated.

As this is my first set of postings, any photo comments or improvement suggestions would also be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, JL
Even though it largely goes unnoticed, a detailed foot, or base of bowls are a nice surprise to those who are interested enough to pick them up!......it's a "force multiplier", or something like that!

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Odie, I couldnt agree more and hope to keep the surprises coming in every piece. It drives me crazy when someone picks up a piece, looks at the top, sides and then doesnt turn in over.

Thanks so much JL
 

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