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Not wishing to hi-jack Bob's (bwilling) thread I will post this one here.

This is one of those where I turned the outside and used tape around the neck for that extra support to prevent any accidents, I did turn this quite fast for the inside after starting slow and standing to one side until I was happy with the set up.
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Nice work. I would be afraid of hooking the open lip and having all hell break loose as the saying goes.
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dude you are way above my pay grade...

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Wow! That is very cool!
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Cool yes but looks dangerous to me.

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Not wishing to hi-jack Bob's (bwilling) thread I will post this one here.

This is one of those where I turned the outside and used tape around the neck for that extra support to prevent any accidents, I did turn this quite fast for the inside after starting slow and standing to one side until I was happy with the set up.
Fantastic vase, stunning. Fast is the way to go after you get rid of the wood that makes it out of balance.
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Magnificent does not even cover it.

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Omg that is so cool !
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Derek have you noticed the opening in your vase closing. I just noticed mine is closing.
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Very well done. The key is speed and a light touch I have found on doing one with big inclusions. Beautiful piece.

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