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Here is a heart shaped antique lock replica I just made. It is American Walnut.

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Also made a Aromatic cedar heart shaped lock.

Note after I glued the face on ,it wouldn't work and I had to bandsaw it apart and adjust and wax some internal parts that the glue had squeezed into and then glue it back together.

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Here is a lock I made out of Palm wood and I cut it so the end grain shows on the side.
Palm wood is a strange wood it is similar to a bucket full of straws compressed to the size of a drinking glass. It has not real grain and the side grain is sort of nondescript. But the end grain is sort of interesting.

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This one too I had to bandsaw the top section off and repair a broken wood spring after I had it all finished. So you can see a line on the top section where I reglued it as close as I could.
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Herb I like them all.
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Awesome work as always Herb . Hey Valentine's Day is coming up here pretty quick . Maybe you could find some of your old girlfriends from your past on Facebook ,as the heart shaped locks would make for a nice gift , and maybe raise the probability of something else
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Love your work Herb.
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Btw thanks for showing us the inner workings . I always wondered how they worked

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this is worth dragging back to the top..
how did you do the spiral on the end of the shackle???
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this is worth dragging back to the top..
how did you do the spiral on the end of the shackle???
I just used a round wood file and filed it.
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I just used a round wood file and filed it.
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