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    olive and walnut

    Good Sunday friends, my last piece, olive and walnut, shellac finish.
    Hello Max
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    Bravissimo, Max! That's a very nice combination of woods and you handled them well.
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    very nice - did you make a lip on the inside for the lid to sit down on when you turned it ?
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    Beautiful Max!! Great shape and the finish looks very well done.
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    Very nice, Max.
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    Nice combo of woods and you have turned it very well.
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    Nice job on some really nice wood

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    Really nice piece. Really like the form and wood combo. Nicely done.
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    Beautiful piece.
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    WOW!
    Another great looking piece!
    Nice form with a complementary combination of timbers.
    Well done.

    Les
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