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    natural edge vase

    This is from a nice cherry burl i picked up a few months ago. It's about 5 x 5, and finished with just teak oil, as that's what i have on hand. Will wax and buff in a week or so.
    Thanks For looking and as always C&C more than welcome.
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    Ah 'tis a beautiful piece of work Sir Stephen.

    I enjoyed being able to look at it.

    Enjoy,
    JimB
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    That's some real pretty wood, Steve. The form ain't half bad, either.
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    Gee mister ... some critter chewed up half your vase while you weren't looking.

    Nicely done, sir!

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    That's sweet! Like it a bunch!!

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    Looks Great !!

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    What a beauty!

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    I can do that!! Of course i'd have to have a catch to get the same look! Nice work bud!!
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    That came out terrible you better send that to me for proper disposal.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Nice job keeping the bark together, wouldn't have taken a whole lot for a few oopsies there!! I do love the crazy grain in this sort of work.

    I like the form in general; specifically I think the understated foot helps stand it up a little and sets off the "broken globe" look more effectively - not sure if that was what you were heading for, but it seems to work.

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