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    Small Cedar hollow form

    I have had this piece of cedar for a long time, it was too small to make much of but too nice to throw away. Turned it into this little HF. The finish is lacquer (still needs to be buffed out once the lacquer cures). It is 4-1/4 inches wide x almost 5 inches tall.
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    I like it Dennis.
    Last edited by Don Baer; 02-08-2011 at 03:25 AM.
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    me too.
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    Nuthin' wrong with that Dennis...the NE mouth is real nice
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    That's a great piece, Dennis. I like the natural edge mouth, and the little foot. Very nicely done.
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    That is a beauty Dennis. Nicely done.
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    Great looking Cedar HF.
    Well done.
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    nice pc
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