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Mahogany Segmented Bowl

comments (2) April 23rd, 2014 in Reader's Gallery

user-2952351 user-2952351, member
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This is my first attempt at a segmented bowl.  It's constructed of mahogany, with ebony, bloodwood and maple accents.  The stringing design in the bottom is bloodwood, ebony, and holly.  The 1/32" ebony and bloodwood stringing had to be steam bent to fit the tight contours of the design, which was cut using a custom jig and router.  The finish is a blend of shellac and boiled linseed oil, which is applied as a friction polish.  


Design or Plan used: My own design

posted in: Reader's Gallery, wood turning, maple, mahogany, woodturning, shellac, steam bending, ebony, bowl, SEGMENTED


Comments (2)

AtelierDelAubier AtelierDelAubier writes: wonderful!
Posted: 8:35 pm on August 29th

danvaleriu danvaleriu writes: Interesting and very nice.
Can you send me the technical details, software?
Dan
Posted: 7:09 am on July 19th

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