Hollow Form Bowls/Vessels

Hollow form bowls and such are beautiful creations.  They can be rather hard to get even on the sides from top to bottom as well as really smooth on the inside.  It takes special scrapers to get the final workings done or otherwise you will end up with really heavy thick walls.  I hope you will look at these and appreciate the work that does go into them.  Plus an added nicety to them is that they can be a lot of fun to turn.  So take a good look at these.  More will be coming soon.

Small Pecan Wood Hollow Form Bowl


There is something about hollow form bowls that gains attention.  And if it is turned from some beautiful wood such as pecan, it gets even more attention.  And, believe it or not the smaller they are the harder they can be to hollow out.  This particular bowl is 5 ¾” on the outside and the inside lip is 3” in diameter.  The height is 3” with a depth of 2 ½”.  The volume measures at 2 cups to the brim.  This is a great bowl for candy or nuts and other tasty items.  Of course you might use it as a catch all bowl for keys and change.  Some might even use it to hold a large diameter candle.  It’s gonna look good no matter what you use it for.  The wood was sealed with food grade walnut oil.  Then the bowl was finished with a walnut oil and shellac mixture.  Also, while the applicator was soaked with the oil and shellac it was dipped in some walnut oil based wax for added beauty.  17Sep18  BLP198  $30.00  Free Shipping Within Continental United States.