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#1 posted 10-17-2013 01:28 PM

Very nice work, teejk! I like everything about your urn – wood, dovetails, etc.

Coincidentally, I’m building an urn for our next-door neighbor. Her husband died in August at age 96. When I offered to build her an urn, she accepted. I’m making it with about 260ci internally, so will hold both of them in the long run. I’ll post photos of what I’m building when I get it finished.

Following along with your comment about building multiples, I’m actually making two identical urns. One is for the neighbor; the other for myself and my wife. Both are made from Honduran mahogany using some Green and Green elements. As you said, it’s way easier to make multiples while one has the tools set up for specific operations.

-- Bill, Thomasville, GA

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