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Queen Ebony
hughie

Queen Ebony

A small vessel out of Queen Ebony from the Solomon Islands, not really a common species here in Australia.
Stands around 4" tall with a girth of 3.5" at present its just been buffed no oil or any finish applied. This a good example what sort of finish it will take. The downside is it needs a slow drying process as its fond of cracking. But turns and carves well although sanding is slow.
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Bowls and Hollow vessels from down under
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