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    Cherry Vase

    Here is a cherry vase I turned out of a scrap piece. Not big enough for a bowl or potpourri pot. I got some new tools for wanted to give them a go on some small stuff. Anyway it is 4" high by 3 1/4" across and finished with wipe on poly. The LOML thinks it cute so probably won't be going any place.
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    your gonna need a bigger house bernie if the better half keps grabbin up yur projects
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    Looks very nice Bernie!. The finish is real nice too!

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    Very nice, Bernie. Really like the shape of that one.
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    That's a nice little piece of scrap there, Bernie. Ya done good.
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    Cherry Vase

    Purty little piece. It ain't scrap untill it won't fit on a lathe

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    nicely done, Bernie

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    Thanks all. I actually had more fun doing this one for some reason. I really enjoyed doing it more than the big ones really. Like I said don't know why.

    Yep Larry she is running out of room. She has some fake flowers that she cut down in it now and it actually looks pretty darn good if I say so myself.
    Bernie W.

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    Looks great Bernie!

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