I hesitate to add this funky bowl to my collection, but it certainly is interesting! I took an Oak bowl littered with worm holes and did an experiment. I filled them with black colored two-part epoxy to see what it would look like. It didn't look very good and was destined to hold nuts and bolts in my shop. Julie looked at it and saw a ZEBRA! After much creative burning she successfully cover up the black epoxy with this lovely zebra. I, then, covered up the outside with red milk paint. It took about five coats to completely cover the epoxy. This is not a perfect bowl, but it is a great example of Julie's art! WOOD: Oak; DIAMETER: 10"; HEIGHT: 3"; WEIGHT: 13 Ounces.