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  1. Spalted Oak Vessel

    This unique Oak vessel has many interesting characteristics. It has spalted areas, normal oak grain, insects holes, bark inclusion, natural edge bark and two piths. The vessel measures 8" high X 5 1/2" wide at the rim. The base is 2 3/4" in diameter. The wood came from a neighbor's tree and...
  2. Hackberry Three Footed Vessel

    This is a simple once turned closed top bowl and is another addition to my recent "Footed Vessel" series. This piece was a bit spontaneous and was somewhat quick to turn. I collected a few pieces of Hackberry in late June but set aside the blanks I cut and prepped from it. This was one of the...
  3. Candle Holder Centerpieces

    Here are three candle holder centerpieces I made. They are about 20" long and 9-10" wide. This was my first time working with Wenge. It looks great, but my planer did not like the stuff. It hard and heavy, but very pretty. My wife and daughter both said that was their favorite one. From left to...
  4. Wood & Lumber
    This board of hard maple seems to have a brown-colored core, judging by the annual rings. Is this bark inclusion or rot? The face grain of the brown patch has cracks along the grain visible on the second photo. If this is rot then some stabilization and extra sealng might be necessary. Thank, h.
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Gents, I am looking at buying a bandsaw and Grizzly is having a sale on a 2hp model that can be wired for 110 or 220. I rent a house and have a garage shop with a terrible electrical situation - one outlet (for the fridge) and one outlet on the ceiling for the garage door opener. I am going...
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