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    Some more assembled off-cuts.

    Been pottering today.

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    Walnut & Oak 130mm diameter.
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    D... Chas, you sure are setting bar high....
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    I like the combination of Oak and Walnut and of course the box is very beautiful.
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    Chas,

    Beautiful as always!!!

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    Chas, great work, I like the wood combination, and as usual your joints are superb.

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    Really beautiful.
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    I wish I had cut-offs that looked like that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    I wish I had cut-offs that looked like that
    Just got to pass them by the saw and slap some glue on them Jim, works more often than not, gets interesting when someone wants you to do another one exactly the same, then you sometimes have to be inventive with the reasoning.
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    Great job, Chas. I espacially like the way you hid the lid joint with the beading.
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