This is a Big Leaf Maple Burl Bowl, it’s 12” high by 10” wide and 5” across the base.The bowl is finished with Jasco Tung Oil two coats so far probably two more to get it sealed and get the finish to show correctly. The name comes from the fact that from the front the style reminds me of and Elizabethean era womens dress with the high starched collar, and the long flowing hemline. I always wondered why those dresses hid a womens neck but exposed her cleavage, not making any judgements, just wondering? The bowl was started with a drive spur and then to a 4” faceplate and finished with a very long tapered, jam chuck. I found that the micro-bubble packageing foam (from computers and flat screen TV’s) held on a jam chuck with spray adhesive works really well. The blank started out being 6” taller than the finished vase, right before sanding there was a tall projection to the left of the “cleavage” that suffered a “design modification” that left a small scratch in my chin (fortunately hidden by my beard) and me a little shaken not stirred. Other than that little mishap everything was done with a standard 5/8’s Crown PM Bowl Gouge.