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The first three are photos of a piece of turned Birch burl.  The forth is a picture of the burl before I cut the smaller piece off.  You can see the root in the bottom of the bowl.  This burl was found by a friend of mine on the shores of Seneca Lake in the New York wine country.

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This is a piece of Myrtle burl with a bit of off-center turning.  The top is made of Ebony, and the legs are Lignum Vitae, which is Latin for Wood of Life.

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This bowl is Black and White Ebony.  The top and legs are Gabon Ebony.

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This is a piece of Mahogany with an off-center-turned ridge.

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This is a piece of Myrtle burl.

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This is a piece of Redwood burl with the bark left in tact.  The inlays are Makore, Maple and Walnut.

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