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    Default Three Myrtle burl bowls.

    Turned this trio of small bowls up today. Dimensions are 150 x 42, 130 x 48 and 122 x 48mm.
    The 150 dia one should have been larger but inattention, over enthusiasm or just a plain stuff up resulted in a "kar-choonk" noise as the bowl was ripped out of the chuck and resulted in a portion of it missing in action. At least there was enough left to re-turn the foot and salvage the remainder. This bowl was the culprit...
    DSCF5735.jpgThe other two were less eventful. DSCF5742.jpgDSCF5738.jpgA few more pictures for general perusal.

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    Hi AB , they look good mate well done
    No.2 looks like a bit of burl on the side......
    Cheers smiife

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    Tas Myrtle is such a beautiful timber. Very nicely turned bowls.
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