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Old 01-15-2007, 07:38 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Oh My! You have created something which will pass down through generations.
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Wow.. I like that..

The natural edge looks like a real knucle buster...
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That is so great!! How long did it take you to be able to do something like that? - Chris
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Beautiful hollow form Dave!!
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Yowsa!!! That's spectacular, very graceful and the burl is top notch. Keep 'em comin' Dave.
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<br />That is so great!! How long did it take you to be able to do something like that? - Chris
I think it took something like two hours or so.

I gave a couple lessons today to someone who made a fortune in the lumber biz, and I'm going to get a couple hundred board feet of white oak off him this weekend, and his son has a huge lot of trees with burls all over them that are waiting to be burned (he's in the tree business). I get access to that pretty soon as well. He's calling his son tonight or tomorrow.
Sorry, just needed to gloat over that. If any of you remember when I described a chance meeting that ended with me getting about 2 hundred board foot of cedar and walnut and the guy was a self-made millionaire, this is that guy.

I may have some burls available in the coming months.....
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Beautiful job! I love the look of the top!
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That is a really tough shape. Beautiful doesn't cut it!
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<br />That is a really tough shape. Beautiful doesn't cut it!
Believe it or not, the shape isn't as tough as it looks. It took a little figurin' but after I figured out how I was going to mount the piece to finish the bottom, it was a piece of cake. Just got to watch out for that natural edge, if you forget it's there, it hurts!!!
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That is one of the prettiest bowls I've ever seen! My address is . . . .. . . THANK YOU!
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