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Welcome  to  doughbowlmaker.com. All bowls were handmade (not turned on a lathe) biscuit or bread bowls for mixing dough, salad bowls big enough for the whole party! I offered a wide variety of hand carved bowls, are all handmade by me - here in the USA. I never try to cover over the fact that they're handmade.

My KitchenSticks are a "great gift" for those that are hard to buy for!

                         Thank you folks for your interest in my bowls and KitchenSticks !!!

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                   >>>>  ON-LINE SALES Resuming SOON !!!  <<<< 

                             See the NEWS page for more !!!

                I LOVE Sugar Maple ... it makes some gorgeous bowls doesn't it !!!

                                                     

                       I look forward to putting some of the beautiful bowls on line I've made this year.

                         Beautiful Bowls for 29 YEARS ... 1988 - 2017  

                              Check out my News Page to see what's going on.

  For 29 years I have made and sold bowls like "Grandma used to have" and in that time have placed bowls into the hands of over 2,300 folks who shared that same desire to have one. I've performed my craft - demonstrating how they're made - in front of millions - both in person and on TV. I am thankful to have been touched by so many people along the way, and to have had folks from all over the USA come to the NC State Fair to meet me and buy the bowls that I made and sold there for 10 years.

I added another Video ...

WUNC-TV's Jeff Smith came over and shot a short piece about my bowl making.

Thank You for making my bowls so popular!   

  WUNC-TV Video - click the Picture.

      WRAL-TV Video - click the Picture.

Thumbnail KitchenStick Video click here.

Thumbnail "Roy's Folks Video" click here

 

 

  Enjoy your visit, and please come back soon! ... James P Madren - "The Dough-Bowl Maker" 

      
 
 
 
   
   
   
                                            
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