“Understatement” is a shallow plate made of white oak that has a rich, warm glow. But the understatement referenced is on the foot, which is turned as a thin wall and pierced. This can be seen in two of the photos. This was not easy to pull off. First, I had to turn white oak to a thickness of about 1/16 inch. Then I had to pierce it using high-speed rotary tools. This took time, but it was certainly worth it.
Understatement measures 8 ½ inches diameter and it is a little over 1 inch tall. It has a semi-gloss urethane finish and only requires an occasional wiping with a soft cloth to keep clean and shiny.
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