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I have made several curly cherry funeral urns lately. Here is one of them.

Also made a box for putting K-cups (coffee, tea, and hot chocolate) pods in. This one is made of birdseye maple and the top is spalted maple.

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nice...
very nice...
as in really nice...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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As always, incredibly beautiful boxes Malcolm. Thanks for posting them.

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Beautiful work as always . The grain looks gorgeous too
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Malcolm, you do really nice and consistent work with a keen eye for design! Those look really nice.

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Excellent execution. Please post more as you make them.

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You really brought out the beauty of that curly grain. Those are elegant.

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You did it again,Malcolm,Excellent.
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hbBeautiful work Malcolm.
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Very nice !!
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