Wood Turning – Bowls Simple lidded box. Jarrah. Natural edged bowl. Turned from a Mallee root that was rescued from the wood heap. Jarrah. Bowl. I don’t normally name my items, but I called this my Forest Floor bowl. Turned from a block of green Jarrah and then carved with leaves and branches. Base is also Jarrah. Bowl. Hardest timber I have ever turned. Cut from a block that came from WA Eastern Goldfields. Platter on a stand. Turned from a burl. Redgum and Quila. Small open bowl with glass features. Camphor and Jarrah. Lidded box. Top view. Lidded box. Top view. Lidded box with glass inlays. Camphor. Lidded box on a stand with Inlays. Jarrah and Carob. Lidded box. This was the start of my experimentation with metal inclusions. Carob, Jarrah, Sheoak and Brass. Lidded box. Turned during what was to be my last wood turning demonstration. Camphor. Lidded box with lid removed. Lidded box with glass insert. Jarrah, Jacaranda and Sheoak. Small lidded box. Segmented Jarrah. Small Jewellery box. Made from segmented Jarrah. Features a ring tray inside. Small lidded box on a stand. Silky Oak, Turpentine and Jarrah. Small lidded box on stand. Silky Oak and Jarrah. Novelty lidded box with lid added. Novelty lidded box in a lidded box. Jarrah and Jacaranda.