"Prairie Fire" Dizzy Bowl
“Prairie Fire” is Ted’s newest Dizzy Bowl. Dizzy Bowls are segmented bowls that are constructed from a series of rings, each containing an increasing number of pieces of wood.
The bowl is 12.5″ wide and 6″ tall and has a separate base.
The woods used in this bowl are figured maple, walnut, and SpectraPly which is a hardwood laminate formed from layers of pigmented birch veneer. The segmented rim is made from 32 pieces of figured maple and walnut.
The wall thickness of this bowl is 1/4″ or less.
Be sure to check out our Blog for an article and photos explaining the construction technique used to create this type of bowl.
The bowl is finished with over 20 coats of a gloss polyurethane finish, wet-sanded between coats.
Use and Care Instructions: Dust and fingerprints can be removed with a soft cloth. Do not use the bowl to contain anything that retains moisture.