Cherry | Bourbon County, KY

RENEE is a cherry wood bowl that I hand turned from wood responsibly sourced here in Bourbon County, Kentucky. As a historical archaeologist interested in refined and utilitarian historic ceramic wares, I’ve always loved nineteenth- and twentieth-century annular-banded yellowware mixing bowls. That is what came to mind when I was turning this piece of cherry, and I thought it might be fun to play with that shape (and the annular bands) when designing a wood bowl.

This cherry wood bowl measures approximately 9-1/4″ wide, 2-3/4″ tall, and 2″ deep. Natural cracks in the wood have been reinforced but otherwise left as is as I consider them unique features of the vessel. The cherry wood was polished with food safe walnut oil and a blend of beeswax and carnauba wax to provide a durable finish and rich luster.

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