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Here are two more Toothpick holders out of ambrosia maple. These are finished with lacquer per the customer. Picked up today. I have 6 more to go. 3 will be singles. 3 of them will be sets with salt/peppermills.
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They look great Bernie. Way to go!

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Hey Bernie, you've got those down to a science now. Beautiful pieces.




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Bernie outstanding as usaul. Like the grain in the pieces. Oh by the way got me a cone live center from grizzly for 11.95 big difference from almost 40.00. So now I'm set once it get here. Thanks for the help.

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Very nice I like the rings on the bottom of that one makes it stand out
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Nice Bernie, that ambrosia is some good looking stuff. Nice job!

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Thanks for the nice comments. These things are a lot of fun and easy to turn. I don't know if I mentioned it but the plans are in the newest issue of Wood Magazine. Here is the site with a video for turning it. There are 3 parts to it so watch all three.

http://www.woodmagazine.com/wood/fil...tid=1357339910

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Beautiful work Bernie.
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Very nice shape and style.
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Thanks again everyone. It is appreciated.

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