Jan Conradie

Diamond Bowl

The pot has a height of 110 mm and is 182 mm wide. The woods used are African White pear, Imbuia and Padauk. The entire construction was glued together using Cyanoacrylate (Superglue).

Diamond Bowl
Jan Conradie, Apr 27, 2017
    • Bob Beaupre
      Jan you always do such pretty work, like the combination of the open and closed segment
    • mfisher
      Nice design. Good contrasting colors.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      stuart johnson
      Nice bowl, I like the combination of open and closed segments. Great choice of woods.
    • peter white
      Very well done
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      martyn
      super glue thats a bold move did you glue it all up in the same day? did you notice any fumes when you was turning it? looks great by the way well done
    • Jan Conradie
      The open segment section of the bowl was done one ring after the other on the same day. After each ring of fragments was glued together at their overlap it was lifted out of the Segeasy and more superglue was flowed in from the inside. The 'diamond ring' was glued up the day before being glued to the open segment section. I saw no fumes coming off when turning but had strong suction above the piece when turning.
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    Open Segment Turnings
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    Jan Conradie
    Date:
    Apr 27, 2017
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