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    Jar

    This is a jar with lid in a stile of some Curt Fuller has done recently. The wood came from Jim burr. The main piece was labeled rainbow poplar. The top wasn't marked, but smelled like it could be persimmon , the knob is a piece of holly that I had and dyed it black. 5 1/2 x 4.Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice and a little different!

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    Pretty classy. Very nice.

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    I like. I can definitely see the Curt Fuller style influence, too.
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    Very well done!! That will hold all my M&M's for a week!! How did you hollow the jar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    Very well done!! That will hold all my M&M's for a week!! How did you hollow the jar?
    Typical drill hole, hollow with my Thompson bowl gouge, also used a sorby scrapper to clean it up.
    Thanks all.

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    Nice design nicely executed, I like how the lid sits into the jar with the lip above it. The top is sure pretty wood whatever it is

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    Like Ted said. Very classy
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    simple form and clean, very nice steve
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    Stephen you sure have an eye for art. That a beautiful shape you have produced. Looks like the ultimate pear shape to me. And you had me going with the thin edge till I saw the lid removed. Wow is all I can say, its got looks that make it feel silky smooth and so nice that one would not want to put it down. Very nice.
    cheers

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