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Not sure how big this is Mike, but it sure is a lovely looking piece of timber turned & embellished very well indeed, :))
 

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Beautiful Work Mike , How did you do the inlay? Just curios… Ed
 

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This is stunningly beautiful. Very well done.
 

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Awesome turn! Absolutely love it.
 

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Very good like the idea of using the recycled brass goes well with the inlace and colour of the wood. Great finish as well I would also like to know how big it is
 

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Nice work, Mike!!
 

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The turquoise and brass really set this off - beautiful!
 

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Wonderful looking cookie jar, very well done.
 

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Very nice piece, Mike. And I love the antique harness brassware! Great reuse of material.
 

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Lovely turned jar - excellent work indeed!
 

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I love it! This is a real Beauty! I just bought the supplie do a turquoise inlay on a pic frame. I have wanted to try this for some time. I can only hope it comes aout 1/2 as good as yours.
 

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Thank you for all the great feedback. Here are some answers to your questions:

The hollow form is approximately eight inches in diameter.
From table to top of finial is eleven inches.
The turquoise inlace is a product sold by Grizzly as well as others-it works great.
Inlace was buttered into groves turned 1/8" deep and slightly undercut at edges to lock inlace in place.
It was finished with four coats of Waterlox Original.

I have used this technique on other projects also. You can see them on my website. Again, thanks.
 
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