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    And a few other things I had working...

    Also had a couple of pepper mills that I glued up the blanks for... I got a new bench top joiner about 3 weeks back and wanted to try it out... so I flattened some boards and glued them together, then cut at an angle and reglued them and this is the results...
    This one is maple and brazilian ebony with mulberry and paduak accents...
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    This one is Ash and Paduak with a caribbean rosewood accent line...
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    And this is one I did a couple of weeks back... don't know if I've shown it or not... It's Mulberry and Caribbean Rosewood, with a maple stripe accent...
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    All of these mills are about 10 inches tall and all finished with polyurethane.
    Chuck
    Tellico Plains, TN
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/TellicoTurnings
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    Those are some nice mills, Chuck! I like the ash and paduak best.

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