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    scalloped bowl/vase

    This is made of maple and walnut finished with 3 coats of lacquer, size is 10" round and 6" high.
    All comments welcome
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    Very nice seg work ya got there Tom.

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    Very nice Tom
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    Great job, Tom. I really like the scalloped segments.
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    That's some fine work.
    We will be looking to you for turning advice.
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    Tom that is a great looking piece. I like the form and the finish. Joinery looks good.
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    Very nicely done.
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    Very impressive work.
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    Great looking segmented piece.
    Eye pleasing form and finish.

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    That is beautiful Tom nicely done
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