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  1. Ships wheel coffee table

    I bought this solid brass ship's wheel in Wakkanai Japan in 1970 from a scrap dealer for about $10.00. I have been moving it all around with me for the last 39 years. Finally, I decided to make it into a usable piece of furniture. The crossed feet are some kind of mahogany from wooden boat plank...
  2. Mess Bell

    Apparently the word is out at work that I know my way around a shop. The other day I was sitting in my office minding my own business when one of the guys from down the hall comes in with a bell and says "We need to hang this on something, can you make something to hang it on?" He was thinking...
  3. Ship's Wheel and Telegraph

    Ship's Wheel and Telegraph I volunteer at The Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Winona, MN. The children's education curator, gave me a ship's wheel salvaged from a small harbor tug, "The Caw", and asked if I could make something that would allow the kids to play with it and imagine piloting a...
  4. Shallow Ship's Wheel Shadow Box

    Several months ago, my brother-in-law approached me and asked if I'd be willing to make a shadow box for his grandfather (a Navy Pearl Harbor survivor). He let me know that it would need to be done by Thanksgiving Day, as that is when his grandfather would be in town, but as I am too accustomed...
  5. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Happy Veterans Day Thank you all who have served your country and it's citizens for your service in the military,I for one am grateful and most appreciative for your dedication and great sacrifices you have made to protect and serve this great country. Here are my family members who have...
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