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I found this picture of an antique padlock and made a replica out of wood. Not an exact copy but resembles the picture.
It is made from palm wood and stained with General antique walnut ,then coated with shellac and a coat of waterbased acyrlic.

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Beautiful job. That would look really sharp on an old fashioned style of cedar chest.
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I have got to stand aside for you Herb...
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Herb, you're just so cool. Great job.
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Beautiful job, Herb. Is the shackle steam bent?

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Beautiful job, Herb. Is the shackle steam bent?

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Bob, this shackle was made by bending walnut veneer strips around a form and clamping 22stips into a "U" shape then using a router table with a 3/8" radius round over bit to form a 3/4' diam. shaft.

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Herb, you keep raising the bar on great locks.
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Great work as always Herb . That certainly looks unique

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bob, this shackle was made by bending walnut veneer strips around a form and clamping 22stips into a "u" shape then using a router table with a 3/8" radius round over bit to form a 3/4' diam. Shaft.

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