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Very nice stoppers. I really like the top left and right ones. Your making me jealous, my lathe went down and I'm waiting on parts from Grizzly. Thanks for sharing
 

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Great job!

Thanks for the post

Callum
 

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Superb!!!! I love them, beautiful work. Can you get more detailed pictures for us?
 

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Very nice stoppers. The selection of woods used is great.
 

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great looking stoppers. I like the shape of the three in the middle of the rack.
really nice looking finish.
 

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These are all very nice, love the finish on these.
 

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Those are gorgeous. What kind of lathe did you turn them on?
 

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Wow! Beautiful!
 

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Nice looking stoppers. Do you sell these? If so how much do you charge?
Thanks,
 

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Hi Lboy;

These are beautiful!

Very productive Saturday.

Lee
 

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Wow, very nice, how do you do the dyeing process and where did you find the metal stopper parts?
 

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Thank you all for the very nice comments.

savannah505 - these pictures are the best that my camera can take. (sorry)

MattH - I have an old Jet lathe (the blue one) model - JWL 1236

ToddO - yes, I do sell them at a local wine store. I get as much as I can for them (approx. $15 - $18 each)

Bob A in NJ - the dyed blanks were given to me by the supplier of the chrome stoppers. I made a big enough order that he just threw them in. The site I purchased the chrome stoppers from is: Arizona Silhouette

I am reading an article on dying wood at Steven Russell site. He has a specific article on using dye's to enhance wood located HERE.
 
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