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    Goblet

    I haven't gotten much latheing time lately but I've got a neice getting married in a couple weeks so I turned a goblet to throw in as a wedding gift. It's eucalyptus with some light sapwood and a couple of interlocked captive rings. 6.5" tall by just under 2".

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    That's a really nice piece.

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    Curt that is a beauty. I really like it. She is really going to like that. Nice job.
    Bernie W.

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    Curt.....When it comes to goblets......You are the master! Nicely done!

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    WOW! That looks great.

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    STUNNING. Love the interlocked rings. A wonderful keepsake!!

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    What a nice present that is going to make!

    Do you have a "Brand" for the bottom, or do you "Sign" them?

    Very nice indeed!
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    Curt nice job. I also like doing captive rings ,it always brings up the question "how did you do that".
    Ken

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    Thanks everyone.

    Stu, I'm still just signing with a black fine tip sharpie. Something like a brand or engraver is another one of those "someday" things.

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    I must have missed this thread when I was out of town, Curt. That's another great example of a Fuller Goblet. You nailed it.
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