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In the Great Scheme of Things | Robert Cutler's Bowls and Jewelry

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The elegance, quality and style of Robert Cutler's signature work may be found in time honored institutions such as the Smithsonian Institute.

You see the signature work of Robert Cutler. He is known for his attention to detail and intricate inlays of prehistoric  mammoth tusk,  moose antler,  ancient walrus tusk, Dall  sheep horn, silver, copper and brass.His understanding of wood has allowed him to produce these wonderful works of art. He has created his own finish to protect the integrity of the inlays and clearly show the three dimensional properties of the wood.  His lidded bowls and vessels are very collectible pieces of art and can be seen in many museums and private collections throughout the world.

"In the Great Scheme of Things" - Unlided Bowl is Curly spalted maple, fiddleback walnut, mahogany, moose antler, silver, bronze and copper.

Approx size - 16" x 3 1/2"



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