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    We had our monthly meetings today and the latest issue of Fine Woodworking was perused for safety, before being added to the library. The Librarian did ask if I had looked at it and then said that there was a lidded vessel in amongst the flat work. He also said, that I had never made one . . .

    This is a practice piece, turned from a lump of FIS timber, sanded a bit and a touch of the eee.LB01.jpg

    The finial is a piece of Solomon Islands Ebony, that I got off here, some time back.LB02.jpg

    The lid may have warped a little, as it no longer sits flat.
    Pat
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    damn looks pretty nice to me. The contrast is

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    I'm not sure on the form/shape. Seems over top heavy and the finial too chunky.
    But this is just my opinion.
    Others with more knowledge and skill that I'll ever have may comment.
    Lyle

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