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Old 02-06-2019, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Maple finished with amber colored shellac and WOP

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Many of the others here most likely know exactly how you turned that with the spout and handle and feet.

A little explanation would help me.

I like it very much.


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Many of the others here most likely know exactly how you turned that with the spout and handle and feet.

A little explanation would help me.

I like it very much.


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I am not sure a little explanation would do it. In short itís turned on multiple axes. This thread shows some of the steps:

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Cody, that is way cool. The turning is impressive enough, but also the finish really set this on a high bar.

What I know of the turning process... Its complicated. When you grow up you should consider being an engineer .
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Wonderful!
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Looks GREAT!
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Beautiful work and finish !!!
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That's very nice looking Cody! Sweeeeet!
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Amazing... beautiful piece and well crafted.
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Thatís a very elegant tea pot Cody! Excellent choice on the Amber shellac. 👍👍
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