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    Ash & Walnut Vase.

    Still a turning.
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    Ash & Walnut, 230mm high.

    If anyone is interested in how it was constructed there's a WIP on UKWorkshop, sorry for the off site ref. but it's a bit too long to keep repeating.
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    Another beauty Chas!
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    Very "worthy of collecting dust" Chas! Nice presentation of working methods also. Thanks for sharing. Now I'm really convinced I haven't the patients for this style of turning.

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    Beautiful form Chas...it's a keeper, unless it's sold of course.
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    Ooh that grain layout, you've outdone yourself on this one Chas! A most excellent piece!

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    Chas, that is absolutely beautiful!! I envy that type of turning skill.
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    Looks awesome!
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    Thanks for the interest and comments all, problem now is trying to get the old brain in gear to come up with something on a par in interest and making challenge.
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    Amazing, just amazing! How long does a project like that take from start to finish?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chas Jones View Post
    problem now is trying to get the old brain in gear to come up with something on a par in interest and making challenge.
    We have faith in you managing to make that happen

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