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Spalting refers to wood that's partially decayed and then dried. It's characterized by colored shading and dark lines that flow through the grain. When properly managed, the wood is still sound. Spalting creates unique patterns in the wood as this Oregon bigleaf maple bowl exemplifies. To highlight these features, it's finished with shellac and then buffed to a smooth sheen with carnauba wax. Approx. 7 inches in diameter and 2 inches tall.
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