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Great job, the Sap wood really gives it visual interest. I love Walnut but this makes it pop. Well done
 

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That's a great looking piece. The sapwood inclusion really kicks it up a notch. I always like Walnut.
 

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Very nice looking platter. The grain pattern looks like water flowing across the sand.
 

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Beautiful shape. Even the simpliest projects look magnificant when made of walnut - real classic.
 

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Nice job on the platter. That's a beautiful piece of walnut.
 

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The dark color is great. I imagine that where these trees grow in abundance people burn it for firewood. In the North it is gold.
 

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Gorgeous!
 

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Beautiful looking platter. Walnut was the perfect choice as it brings this gorgeous color with it!
 

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Real nice job on this piece Jon, well done on DT3 :)
Pete
 

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Thanks everyone. I was told that turning is addictive and now I can attest to that fact.
 

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Real nice platter, love the Walnut.
 

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Great job of making something beautiful with a piece of firewood (for some).
 

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Really very eye catching. What did you use for your finish?
 

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I use Myland's High build friction polish. Easy, fast and looks great.
 

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looks like you can see the tree standing, looks like a limb growing around that sap pocket
 

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Thanks - definitely brings out the beauty of that walnut.
I use Myland s High build friction polish. Easy, fast and looks great.

- jtriggs
 
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