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    Another box with a twist.

    Another experiment in construction.
    Ash, Oak & Walnut, 135mm dia.
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    Looks like another winner Chas, Nice fit and finish.
    Last edited by Charles Hans; 11-01-2012 at 01:21 PM.

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    you sure make those pin wheels look easy, at first when i read the descrption i thought you had made it in 135 minutes, then my eyes and brai got on the same page well done charles
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    Very nice. Looks like a lot of work.
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    That is a beauty Chas. Well done.
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    Very cool, Chas. A twisty box with the tippy lid.
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    Nice. You have mastered the technique of making these boxes.
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    Always like your work, very nice!
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    Beaituful box work, Chas!! I love the pinwheel effect!
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    Someday I hope to understand how you make them. Very nice indeed.
    Dennis

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