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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-23-2019, 11:47 AM
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So sorry for your loss. You did a great job
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Beautiful tribute to a lost loved one. Sorry for your loss. She'd be proud of the job you did.
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Tony, you have done your sister proud. That's beautiful work. The inlay is incredibly well done. It can't have been easy. Wishing you and the family well.
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Sorry for your loss. Beautiful tribute.

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Hi Tony, boy you sure did an excellent job on the urn. Those for family members are extremely hard to make.
When you said you use wipe on lacquer, what product was that?

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Hard to lose a sister. What a beautiful resting place you made for her. And the inlay band around the base is wonderful.

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thanks guys the funeral was yesterday and it was well received there as well. @kywoodchopper it is not wipe on lacquer, it is sprayed on but rubbed out buffed with rottonstone then pumice to a gloss finish, a method my father used on his violins
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My sympathy for your sister's passing, Tony, and the urn is a lovely tribute to her.
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Beautiful urn for a sister very much loved, I'm sure. I'm so sorry for your loss; may her ashes rest easy in that beautiful case.

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Sorry for the loss. That urn is a fitting tribute to the lady.

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