Greer is a large walnut wooden serving bowl that I hand turned on my lathe from wood sustainably sourced here in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Remnants of the wood’s outer bark are visible, and the lighter sapwood provides a nice contrast with the dark interior grain. Appearing iridescent in the right light, this is one striking piece.
This wooden serving bowl measures 12-1/4″ in diameter and 1-3/4″ tall with a maximum interior depth of approximately 1-1/4″. I polished the dish with Terra Nova NaturOil followed by a protective coating of beeswax.
As with all of my handmade wood dishes, I include care instructions with the purchase of this piece.
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A little about me….
I’m a historical archaeologist and spend my days excavating sites, analyzing artifacts, and writing up my findings. When I’m not in the field, you’ll find me in my woodshop. I primarily use found and reclaimed wood from here in Central Kentucky. It’s my hope that incorporating elements of the wood as I found it into each piece serves as a reminder that the object you see once was part of a beautiful, living tree. Learn more about me and my shop here.