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    cup and sauser

    Well as Vaughn pointed out else where,i hadn't posted this before. It's just a little cup and sauser, that i made for the wife to go with her tea pot i did earler. Might still make her a sugar bowl, and a milk pitcher to match also. If i do make all the rest, i guess i'll have to make a large plater to put them on.We'll see as right now i have two other pots to make for two different people, and a coffee table i'm working on.
    Thanks as always and C&C always welcome.
    Steve
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    Are you kidding me?????? That is fabulous!!!!!!!!! What a mind and talent to think and actually create these items! I am blown away, beyond words this set.

    Do you think the cup needs a ring of the double rings burnt into it under the lip? That would identify it to the set.
    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Are you kidding me?????? That is fabulous!!!!!!!!! What a mind and talent to think and actually create these items! I am blown away, beyond words this set.

    Do you think the cup needs a ring of the double rings burnt into it under the lip? That would identify it to the set.
    Jon i thought about just that, But don't think it would burn right. As the curve don't let the burner sit right. Thanks man

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    Wow !!
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    Beautiful Stephen! How do you make the handles?
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    actually i think the handle is a bit to small steve needs to have a bit more curve in it nope its great as it tis but didnt she say something about the hanlde on the tea pot but still hung on to it
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    Beautiful!!!

    I am with Rich and want to know how you made the handle!!
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    Just great Stephen! These are very nice.
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    The talent here just impresses me more each day I am here, absolutely FANTASTIC Steve

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    Stephen the set is outstanding, such a great idea, and execution.

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