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    Try Bowl again

    One more time.


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    Very nice Dennis. Looks good. Keep up the good work!
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    I like the plain simple lines set off by the striking contrast in the wood color..

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    Gotta love simple and the wood look really great. Well done.
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    Clean classic lines and a great piece of wood. I like it! Is this Mesquite like the one you posted yesterday?
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    It looks like, "I gott'a feel it. I want it in my hands."

    In other words, I like it.

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    That's definitely a piece of "Fondle Ware".... that's what my wife calls my wood turnings...
    You have to touch wood and feel the texture and warmth... so that is a definite piece of fondle ware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Ellis View Post
    That's definitely a piece of "Fondle Ware".... that's what my wife calls my wood turnings...
    You have to touch wood and feel the texture and warmth... so that is a definite piece of fondle ware.
    nice bowl and pretty wood as well.. hey chuck is there any finish left on that box?
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