Multi Sided Turnings

What you will find here are turnings from various woods that obviously are not round.  But, they have 3 or more sides.  More will be added as time rolls along so please check here often.   Thanks, Dave!

4 Sided 9 1/2" Pecan Dish


I’m not gonna say this has a lot of WOW factor to it.  But, it does.  Four sides that make this dish 9 ½” square.  And, turned from beautiful pecan wood.  Just take a look at the grain patterns in this wood as well as the natural colors.  Add a bit of spalting to it you really have a dish that easily will work as a centerpiece for your table.  Not overbearing in size with a height of 1 ¾” it does have a relatively small footprint.  With the depth coming in at 1 ¼” I just could not bring myself to call it a bowl!  Though I am sure it will hold liquids, I did not measure the actual volume.  Now lest we forget to mention some worm holes and other little defects that come naturally with the wood.  The sealing of the wood was done with food grade walnut oil.  The finishing was done with shellac and lemon oil wax.  Using a combination such as this gives the dish a nice hard long lasting natural finish.  On the bottom of the dish you will see an interesting looking crack that does not go all the way through yet I reinforced it with clear glue only.  11Jul20  SDP64  $38.50  Qualifies for free shipping in the United States.



4 Cornered Pecan Wood Bowl


When a bowl has four corners, sometimes you just aren’t sure just what all to say about it.  With this one turned from fabulous looking pecan wood, I’m gonna say WOW!  You have a little bit of worm holes in it, as well as some great natural color and then add some spalting.  What more could one ask for in a bowl like this?  Looking down into the bowl you see two different grain patterns and that really adds to it.  Just another gift from Mamma Nature.  The bowl is 7” square, and 4” high.  The depth measuring to the side is 1 ½” and the volume is 2 1/2 cups.  The wood was sealed with food grade walnut oil and then the finishing was done with two coats of shellac.  After that a generous coat of walnut oil based wax was added for a nice semi gloss sheen.  9Mar20  BLP244  $40.00 and $7.00 S&H  Shipping cost listed is for standard shipping in the Continental United States only.  Other areas contact me with zip code for shipping costs.


Flared Cedar Elm Goodie Bowl


Is this a goodie bowl or what?  Makes no difference whether you use it for nuts and candies, it will work well.  You might even use it as a catch all bowl for keys and change and the like.  No matter the usage you pick, this bowl turned from beautiful cedar elm will look real good.  For those who have never heard of Cedar Elm, it is also known as Texas Elm and Texas Cedar Elm.  It is referred to as cedar elm because it commonly grows around cedar trees.  And feel confidence putting edibles in it as the wood was sealed with food grade walnut oil and then finished with a walnut oil based wax that includes carnauba.  The bowl is 7 ½” long, 4 ½” wide, 3” at highest point, 1 ¾” at the lowest.  The depth is 1” measured to the lowest side level and the volume measures 1 cup.  Now seeing the volume was measured to the lowest side level, that does not mean you can’t just pile goodies in until they fall out!!!  Enjoy this beautiful and unique shaped bowl.  25May19  BLCE9  $28.00  and Free Standard shipping within Continental United States.