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    Mesquite pieces

    Here is a couple of thing I've turned lately. The urn is 11"wide by 9"high. The bowl is 10" wide by 4.5" high. Urn has walnut accents. Sorry only one view of the bowl, the rest were fuzzy. Finished with Antique oil, haven't buffed them yet. Cheers, Barry
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    i like what you did with the urn lid barry.
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    Those are fantastic pieces!! Nice shape and great finish too.

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    Very nicely done, Barry.

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    Those are both beautiful pieces. I love the look of mesquite. I really like how you made the lid for the urn.

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    As I have said before, I am in awe of those who make pieces form segmentation, but don't think you'll see me makin' one.

    Great lookin'.

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    Barry,

    Very nicely done on both! I especially like the segmented lid on the urn!
    Ken
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Fuller View Post
    Those are both beautiful pieces. I love the look of mesquite. I really like how you made the lid for the urn.
    Ditto. Was the lid as hard to do as it looks?
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    Beautiful urn and I like the classic profile of the bowl.

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    Beautiful
    My simple mind can't figure out how you made the lid.
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