Turning Archive 2004

Subject:
Mesquite bowl / filling defects *PIC*

Jay Sullivan
>Here is a mesquite bowl I finished today. 5" high, 10.24 wide. There was a large bug hole just to the left of center. I filled it with a piece of amber. The photo doesn't show it that well, but it is one solid piece of amber.

Working with amber was a first for me. It is a little lighter than I would like. What unique things have any of you used to fill defects -- other than the usual Inlace and colored epoxy.

Comments always welcome.

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