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    ROB plate

    This is a red oak burl plate that will aalso be heading north.10 1/2 x 7/8, finish so far is just 2 coats of teak oil. Was gonna what on the pic,but as was taking them of the bowl i said why not. Again nothin special, just a nice piece of wood. Thanks again, and as always C&C more than welcome.Click image for larger version. 

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    Again, very nice. You have a great wood stash!
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    Thanks Carol.But i think my stash is getting low though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Bellinger View Post
    Again nothin special, just a nice piece of wood. Click image for larger version. 

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    Sure wished I could do nothing special like that. Very nice Stephen.
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    Another nice piece Steve. Really nice looking wood.
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    Pretty platter, Stephen!
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    Thanks all. I might have a few more of this stuff lurking around, just have to dig through the slabs i was given.

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    Very nice Steve
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    Man, I never run into oak that pretty. Good stuff, Steve.
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    Hi,
    I like your bowl/platters. It would be interesting to see a pic taken somewhere between 45 to 70 degrees off of straight (20 to 45 degrees up from the table it is sitting on to show the edge and contour).

    Enjoy,

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