Gallery - Bowls & Platters

Essentially the difference between a bowl and a platter is the depth. Making bowls and platters is probably the most ancient of woodturning skills, coming from the necessity to make vessels for food and drink.

  • Pierced and decorated platterturned and decorated by Jennie Starbuck
  • Segmented square edge beech bowlturned by Mike Stratton
  • Mulberry burrturned by Pat Pierce
  • Oak bowlturned by Jennie Starbuck
  • Crackled finish platterturned and decorated by Jennie Starbuck
  • Natural edge cherryturned by Peter Westermann
  • Segmented bowl with glass insertturned by Richard Crook
  • Spalted decorated bowlturned by Roger Poulton
  • Square natural edge bowlturned by Hilary Sinclair
  • Chestnut chargerturned by Trevor Etherington
  • Natural edge appleturned by Bernard Sinclair
  • Pot pourri bowls with pewter inserts Bubinga, Camphor and unidentified wood, turned by Andy Bennett
  • Sycamore platterturned by Brian Ash
  • Sycamore bowl with decorated
  • Elm chargerturned by Trevor Etherington
  • Square edge bowl turned by Chris TaylorWinner Beginners Frank Clarke competition December 2012
  • square edge Yewturned by Bernard Sinclair
  • Australian burrturned by David Buskell
  • Maple burrturned by Bernard Sinclair
  • Walnut square edge lidded bowlTurned by Bernard Sinclair Winner, intermediate Frank Clarke comptition December 2012
  • Mulberry Burrturned by David Buskell
  • African PurpleheartOff centre bowl turned by Gordon Cookson
  • 'Velodrome' bowlturned by Gordon Cookson
  • Kitchen worktop Segmented bowlStarted by the late Colin Dunn and completed by Brian Ash
  • Natural Edge Ashturned by Peter Westermann
  • Square edge decorated bowlturned by Jeff Cordery
  • Ash platter decorated with gold and butterfliesturned by Jennie Starbuck
  • Natural edge brown oakturned by Peter Westermann
  • Chestnut  platterturned by David Buskell
  • Yew bowlturned by Trevor Etherington
  • Natural edge laburnamturned by Peter Westermann
  • Natural edge cherryturned by Pat Pierce
  • Pierced elm plattersturned and decorated by Jennie Starbuck
  • decorated sycamoreturned by Bill Collins with an interesting decorated innlay effect created using grey coloured filler
  • Square edge bowlturned by Chris Taylor
  • Natural edge silver birchturned by Pat Pierce
  • Elm platterturned by Roger Poulton
  • Allocasuarina bowlturned by Bill Collins
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