Locust bowl with textured rim
Detail of the rim
Carved Pear-wood spoon
These pieces and a few other spoons and bowls are available for purchase and will be on the works for sale page soon with dimensions and prices.
Category: Bone Meal Bread, bowls and vessels, spoons, traditional woodcraft, transfer of energy, wooden bowls, woodwork Tagged: craft, locust, pear wood, spooncarving, wooden bowls, wooden spoons, wooden ware, woodwork
Wow, quite nice, Jack. I like it when you drop some decorative moments onto your bowls…
Nice work. What did you use for the stipling? I just started making spoons and your work is a good inspiration. yaakov….
Thanks, Yaakov, I used a rotary tool with about a 3/32 diameter carving burr. Good luck with the spoons.
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