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Old 06-11-2018, 11:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I had the opportunity to show my work at a farmer's market for the first time, so I built this stand to display some pens. It holds 24 and can can be disassembled for compact storage.
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WOW !! . That looks really good !! . And I like the wood "sculpture" in the lower right of pic #2 !
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Amen!! I even tried to scroll down to see the sculpture, but of course could not!! Interested to see the rest of it.
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Well done!
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Very good looking.
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Well done, a good display can only help with selling pens. I like the “sculpture” as well, I assume it was made with some off center turning? I tried it once and was like “Nope!” I’m just not ready for it yet.
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WOW !! . That looks really good !! . And I like the wood "sculpture" in the lower right of pic #2 !
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Amen!! I even tried to scroll down to see the sculpture, but of course could not!! Interested to see the rest of it.
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Well done, a good display can only help with selling pens. I like the “sculpture” as well, I assume it was made with some off center turning? I tried it once and was like “Nope!” I’m just not ready for it yet.

Thank you all! I took another picture for your viewing - only one shopper at the market really found it interesting. Always neat to see what woodturners appreciate as opposed to non-woodturners :)
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