Bowl finds a good home

I always love to see photos of my bowls and plates in use and to hear from folk that enjoy using them. A couple of weeks ago I had a visit at the workshop from a regular Blog corespondent “Miss Rika”. When folk can see where the bowls are made and choose the one that feels right in the hand it seems to be extra special. We had a lovely time and I knew these bowls would be well used. Over on Rika’s blog you can see the bowls first use raising dough for a loaf of bread, I copied the pictures here.





More details on Rika’s blog here
http://anstruther.blogspot.com/2008/09/inaugural-rising-of-loaf-in-new-bowl.html

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2 Responses to Bowl finds a good home

  1. miss rika September 14, 2008 at 9:42 am #

    I’m very complimented:) Thanks! I’m so glad I could bring my father to see the beautiful woodwork I’ve been reading of, too; he so enjoyed meeting you. Also I am much obliged for the reference of Theophilus–I’ve been reading excerpts of De divertis artibus online and the Latin is giving me an interesting challenge:)I hope to expand my collection of woodware soon; it is truly a pleasure to use.

  2. grimbo October 11, 2008 at 7:20 am #

    brilliant

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