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    lidded jar

    Maple with a very little burl. 9" tall to top of the crown, and 4" wide at the widest. Wanted something really different on the top of this, so this is what i came up with this time. Thanks as always.Click image for larger version. 

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    I love your posts, Stephan. I know I am always going to see something unique, artsy and beautiful. Again you did not disappoint me. Great piece.
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    Crazy amazing bud! Great dye work. What did you use for the piercing?
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    Very cool!
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    Lovely, just lovely. Wish you were in the swap and you got my name! Just sayin'.
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    That top does the trick. Very creative and beautiful!

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    smooove....
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    wow.

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    Thanks all. Jim just used a dremel with a very small carbide bur bit, and a flex shaft. Carol glad you pointed that swap out to me, as i'm signed up now.

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    Oooh la la! You keep outdoing yourself Stephen. Really lovely overall, both in form and execution. I think that the marble and stone feel you've achieved there goes really well with the form and the contrasting colors work really well together imho. I'll stop because I think I'm gushing a little.

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