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    Pots Pourri?

    Or is it Pot Pourris? Any way two of those pots you put pourri in. One is Cocobolo with Canarywood rim, 5.5 x 2. The other is Box Elder burl with Walnut rim, 6 x 2.5. Both have the pewtar lids from craftsupplies.com
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Cocobolo & Canarywood potpouri 1.jpg   box elder potpourri 1.jpg  

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    Both are beautiful but the one on right is a clear winner.

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    I partially agree with Mohammad...they are both great, but I'm not sure there is a clear winner. I'd have a hard time choosing a favorite. Very nice work, Curt.
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    Very classy Curt. You have taken the mundane little potpourri pot and turned it into a classy objet d' art by framing the metal insert. Very nice!
    I may be getting a little older physically but mentally I'm still tarp as a shack.

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    Beautiful Curt -- I too like the one on the right the best -- The contrasting Walnut rim matches the highlights in Box Elder burl perfectly.

    Tony

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    Curt

    Those are very nice. Well done.

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    They look great!

    I did some of those for Christmas once, they went over great!
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    Those look really nice!

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