These “traditional” bowls and platters are typically made in a 2-step process. The piece is first rough turned to a thickness of about 10% of the diameter, then it is diligently managed through various stages of a drying process. In 6 months to 2 years, the rough turned form is down to a stable/minimum moisture level and has usually warped to more of an oval shape. It is then turned to it’s final round shape and size, which should remain relatively stable throughout it’s life.

Maple Platter (516) $125

1″ tall, 11.5″ wide, 1/4″ thick

Myrtle Bowl (637) $125

3.5″ tall, 11″ wide, 5/16″ thick

Walnut Bowl (520) $105

3.25″ tall, 10.5″ wide, 1/4″ thick

Nested Sycamore Bowls (578) $150

1″ tall, 5.75″ wide, 1/8″ thick & 2″ tall, 10″ wide, 1/4″ thick & 4″ tall, 14.25″ wide, 5/8″ thick

Nested Maple Bowls (586) $165

1.2″ tall, 5.75″ wide, 1/8″ thick & 2.25″ tall, 8.5″ wide, 3/16″ thick & 3.5″ tall, 12.25″ wide, 1/4″ thick

Nested Maple Bowls (587) $175

2.5″ tall, 7.5″ wide, 1/4″ thick & 4″ tall, 11″ wide, 1/4″ thick & 5.75″ tall, 14.5″ wide, 7/16″ thick

Nested Maple Bowls (593) $125

2.25″ tall, 9″ wide, 1/4″ thick & 4″ tall, 12.25″ wide, 3/8″ thick

Nested Maple Bowls (594) $175

1.5″ tall, 8″ wide, 3/16″ thick & 3″ tall, 11.5″ wide, 3/8″ thick & 5″ tall, 15.25″ wide, 1/2″ thick

Maple Bowl (569) $105

5″ tall, 16″ wide, 1/2″ thick

Wormy Maple Bowl (572) $105

5″ tall, 15.25″ wide, 3/4″ thick

Cottonwood Bowl (564) $90

4.5″ tall, 14.5″ wide, 1/2″ thick

Wormy Box Elder Bowl (632) $95

1.25″ tall, 10″ wide, 3/8″ thick