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Woodburned Painted Gourd Bowl Fall Leaves Autumn Home Decor Carved

This bowl can be created and ready to ship for you by the end of January. Yours will be similar but not exactly the same due to the uniqueness of gourds.

This is a beautiful hand painted gourd bowl.I have hand painted the variety of 19 leaves then wood burned around them. I have carved out between the leaves to leave holes in the bowl. This adds depth and dimension to the bowl.The inside of the bowl is a a dark walnut color stain which really brings out all of the different colors of the bowl and the outside under the leaves I have left the natural color of the gourd.
This is a nice thick and sturdy gourd that you can enjoy for many years.The bowl measures 7 " to 7 1/2" to 8" tall and has a circumference of 28 " and is shaped like a fish bowl,round with higher sides.The inside diameter of the top opening is 7 ".
I have also sprayed the bowl with polyurethane so it can be used inside or outside on a covered porch or patio.This bowl would look beautiful on your table or in a den or family room on a table filled with the beautiful smell of your favorite potpourri or place a favorite plant in a ziplock bag with the pot and it will make a beautiful planter.The bowl would look wonderful with a battery powered candle in it.

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Painted Gourd Art Bowl Fall Home Autumn Centerpiece Home Made to Order


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: gourd, acrylic paint, polyurethane
  • Made to order
  • Only ships to United States from Florida, United States.
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