Every once-in-a-while I get a piece of freash burl, a knotty out-growth from the trunk of a tree. It is always a mystery as it sits on the floor and I try to divine the best way to cut it into the most usuable pieces with the best grain. Often I am left with an "I shoulda moment". When I guess right the result is spectacular. This net features the slightly curve "wind in the willows" handle and an Eastern style hoop. Made of walnut and maple burl, these nets are always one of a kind. I got this one right.
Priced $300-400 (depending on burl) : there is a $100 deposit, estimated 4 month build time.
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