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    A Swirl day today.

    A few more bits assembled into something resembling a box.

    Beech, Walnut & Oak. 175mm dia.
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    Chas. just a traveller on the road of time.

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    Chas i love these boxes you do so well.

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    Chas, I saw "Swirl" in the title and your name below it, and knew right away what I was going to see. Great work once again, Chas.
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    That is a beauty Chas. Really well done.
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    Very nice job on that.

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    I like those swirl boxs. Keep them coming.
    Dennis

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    Your boxes are beautiful. It is always fun to see your new treasures.

    Enjoy,

    JimB
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    Thanks all for the comments, suspect there are going to be a fair few more during the year in a similar vein.
    Lots of off-cuts to use up and they seem ever popular for gifts.

    For someone who was never keen on segmented stuff, I seem to have worked myself into a bit of a rut.

    They do have the benefit of not having to worry about warping and lid mis-fits which stuff turned from solid has a habit of doing.
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