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Default A turning project

To help fill the still quiet forum, here is a project that "turned" out nicely considering I'm very much the turning amateur, persuaded to get a wood lathe by my late friend and forum member, Glenmore.

I borrowed the Cole chuck from a friend and soon after made the Longworth chuck.
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That's a handsome bowl. I particularly like the three rings on the side.
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Harry, that is a beautiful turning! Well done and the finish is excellent. What caught my eye was the grain!
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Well done, Harry.
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wow looks wonderful
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Very nice work.
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