Coolibah Burl Winged Turned Wooden Bowl
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Coolibah Burl Winged Turned Wooden Bowl

$225.00

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Bowl number 6053 is a hand turned bowl made from Coolibah Burl Cap. Each of my bowls are signed, numbered and dated (year). They are finished with a friction polish that’s applied while still on the lathe.

This bowl measures 12 5/8″ by 9″ across and is 1 7/8″ high.

Coolibah (Eucalyptus coolabah, Eucalyptus microtheca) is a eucalypti of riparian zones and is found throughout Australia from arid inland to coastal regions. Propagation relies on periods of immersion under water to sterilize the seedbeds; as a result, the species is restricted to locales that experience at least periodic flooding. However the tree can be found over extensive areas of floodplain far from permanent water, as well as near seasonally flooded springs or close to permanent bodies of water. Eucalyptus Coolabah is a wide-spreading tree (often more wide than tall) and reaches up to 50 feet in height. The bark is box-like (persistent, dark grey, thick, furrowed) on the trunk and lower branches, but smooth pale grey up the top. Heartwood ranges from brownish pink to darker reddish brown. Thin sapwood is grayish white. Nearly always seen in burl form. Uses range from turned objects, knife and gun grips, inlay, and other small specialty items.

Bryan Tyler Nelson is NELSONWOOD

Bryan Nelson cutting a Texas Burl down

Bryan Nelson harvesting a Texas Burl.

I was first exposed to woodworking in my Junior High School years. It was just a class I took with my friends. I did turn a bowl, which I still have, but it was one of the scariest thing I ever did at that age.   That was really the extent of it till around the year 1998 I was given 45 solid oak church pews, thus it began.

With the purchase of a surface planer, a second hand radial arm saw and a few hand tools I built bookcases, beds, benches and tables for friends and family. I found that I have a knack. I acquired all my knowledge and skill through trial and error and many hours of reading. Over the years I did small and big projects. But I found my true love (well second) when I purchased my first lathe a 14” Jet. After a year I bought a bigger lathe Oneway 2436 and started pushing the limits.

A day usually doesn’t go by with out something being turned. On a normal day I’ll produce 3-10 turned items. I have over 5,000 bowls sold through retail and internet sales (I sign, date and number each bowl). Wood turning is what I spend most of my woodworking time on. I have a great respect and love of wood; if you were to look in my storage building and workshop, which hold between 80 to a 140 species of wood at any give time. You got to love the stuff to keep all this around!

Wood is the most perfect of gods creations. A living treasure of hidden beauty that remains hidden till it’s death. I am humbled to be able to reveal to all some of this hidden beauty. To help the trees live again, to be resurrected and shine again.   I find great satisfaction in saving some of the local wood in my area from their final resting place, fire pit or dump. Some of the largest and great bowls have come from local woods in my own neighborhood.

If we, the human race, would put aside out greed and think clearly of how to use our forest, there would be no danger to our forest and jungles. The trees and people could live in harmony. Trees living long, then when their life force is spent they could live again with help of man. We just have to find the balance………….

Nelsonwood

All items listed in NELSONWOOD are handcrafted by Bryan Nelson a self taught woodworker and wood turner. He has a love for the inter beauty of wood and is constantly in search of the hidden treasure that mother nature has stowed away in trees. His past work can be viewed at www.nelsonwood.com

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