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Elegant goblets in maple, walnut, ash and elm

A dark and brooding cherry burl bowl, turned green with much distortion in the drying

A dark and brooding cherry burl bowl, turned green with much distortion in the drying

Six nested bowls from a very unusual “eyed” sugar maple burl

Four Boxelder bowls with copper, red and blue spalting

A very special mortar and pestle for my son Mark’s Doctor of Pharmacy graduationA dark and brooding cherry burl bowl, turned green with much distortion in the drying

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  1. Kiersten Petsinger permalink

    Pastor Phil; It is a blessing and a privilege to have found your page while looking for rosemaling plate blanks and patterns for slate painting! I saw the burl bowl on turidrosemaling.com and about fell over! Best of all, you have brought a good light to our Master Craftsman, God the Creator. Bless your hands and feet as you honor Him and proclaim the gospel in your service and stewardship. I can’t wait to share you with my Dad and my Pastor, who appreciate good woodworking- I will indeed be on the lookout for burl in Pa- lots of sugar maple!
    In Christ, Kiersten Petsinger- Isaiah 52:7

  2. Phil,

    I’m impressed with your beautiful work. I would like to purchase some of your work, if you could please direct me how to go about doing so. All I need is a photo, dimensions, and price.

    Thank you for your assistance in this important matter.

    Stan Morgan
    pepperdine76@yahoo.com

    • Stan, I am embarrassed to be so slow, but I am in Europe until June 15 and not able to respond yet.

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