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    Wooden railing

    My first work on the lathe in this style ..
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    WOW way cool Milan and Welcome to the Family. Please put up where you are located so we know where to find ya and more info on how ya done these too.
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    Welcome Milan !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That is sure a ornate and beautiful railing
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    Welcome Milan! To avoid any embarrasment to those of us that thought we were good...did you do these on a duplicator or are they all freehand?
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    Thank you and your well-found.
    This I did by following the pattern of the hands of ordinary lathe applying an old technique from the time of kings and queens from the 17th century ...
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    Very nice work! Molto bello il lavoro!
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    So come on how'd ya do it
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    Well, I guess you proved it, "One Good Turn Deserves Another."

    That is a great railing.

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    Welcome aboard! Those sure came out very nice indeed, makes a really unique and nice looking railing.

    All these nifty off center turning tricks really get you thinking (at least I'm pretty sure that's how you did it..)...

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    Wooden railing

    Very nice

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