1. Cribbage Boards
  2. Boxes
  3. Wine and Kitchenware
  4. Switch covers, firelighters and lots more
  5. Lighthouses
  6. Fountains and metal work
  7. Gift Certificates
  1. Bruce's bird and sealife carvings
  2. Bill's Bird Carvings
  3. Original detailed bird Carvings
  4. Myrtle wildlife carvings
  5. Peg and Pat's work
  6. Chainsaw bears and critters
  7. Large Carvings
  8. Face Carvings
  1. Wall Mirrors
  2. Wall Carvings
  3. Wood Intarsia Designs
  4. Prints
  5. All stained glass
  1. Freeform Vases
  2. Vases, vessels, wood flowers
  3. Myrtlewood salad bowls
  4. Charlies burlwood turning
  5. Salad Bowls By Local Turners
  6. Art Bowls
  7. Turned Art and Urns
  1. Hall and coffee tables and cabinets
  2. Burl Slab and Glass Top Burl Tables
  3. Fred's myrtle and maple furniture
  4. Burl rockers, lamps, benches and..
  5. Table Lamps and Lampshades
  1. Barrettes
  2. Pens
  3. Hand mirrors and stand mirrors
  4. Clocks
  5. Weather Stations
  6. Everything else big and small

The first step for many of these bowls is to first chain saw huge hunks of wood, then rough turn the  bowls. Some artists hang them in a breezy old shed for a year or so until they dry evenly, or crack and are discarded. The artist then finish turns the keepers and sands a fine finish on the now glowing and stable wood.  Its a long process, and what is shown here are some of the best available from a variety of local turners. We have a few bowls left by Ron Scrimscher, who was an original, and one of the best. Ron mentored some of our newer artists. Searchspeak...turned quilted maple salad bowls, Northwest turned wood salad bow...

Product Thumb Product Name Price

Maple Burl Salad Bowl


Angel Step Maple Salad Bowl


Quilted Maple Salad Bowl


Large Quilted Maple Salad Bowl


Extra Large Curly Maple Salad Bowl


Quilted maple salad bowl