This bowl was turned from a Beech tree that stood in National Trust's Ashridge Estate, Herts.


I turn most of the bowls twice; once while it is fresh, and then again about 6 months later when it has finished changing shape as it dries. 

This bowl is part of a series of once turned bowls, this means the bowl is not symetrical, it has a wavy rim and heaps of character.  Worth noting the knot in this bowl, pictured, has created a little hole, not suitable for soup! 


The bowl is painted with natural milk paint.

The bowl is sealed and finished with food-safe oils and Hertswood Wood Goo 


This product comes with a handwritten card containing care instructions and explaining more about the wood and where it came from.


The bowl measures approximately 90mm in height and 170mm in diameter.


If you would like to watch a video of Jonah making a bowl click here

Medium Painted Cherry Bowl