I turned this maple bowl on the lathe in my shop. The wood comes from a Vermont maple tree used to make maple sugar for generations. When old age claimed the tree the wood was distinctly colored by the tapping process and a fungus that had created a distinctive marking called spalting. The wood is solid and takes on a fine, glossy finish.


Dimensions 7 inches by 2 inches

Spalted maple bowl by Gary Hawley

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