I turned this small dish on the lathe in my shop. The wood is Vermont maple with a classic pattern created by tiny ambrosia beetles that grew in the wood. The tiny holes left by the beetles can be seen in the photos. The resulting wood is solid and takes on a fine, semi-gloss finish. It can be used for anything dry, such as crackers.


Dimensions 7 1/2 by 1 inch

Dish of Ambrosia Maple by Gary Hawley

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