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Old 12-05-2015, 01:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Bill Melber gave methese two Ikeban pots.One is antique braass, the other is black. I made these two pices to fit them. The dyed piece is poplar with blue, green, red, and yellow dye added, lacquered and polished. The second is redwood burl with sapwood and CA finish.

Thanks Bill again for these. I wanted to share the finished pieces with you.
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Two good looking pieces Larry, but,why did you leave the sidewalls so thick on the Redwood burl? It doesn't take away from the turning, I was just wondering why?
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You need to have some weight in the piece to support the flowers when they are set into the Kezan pieces
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Cindy'seply is exactly right. Also it looks better in my humble opinion.
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Pretty, pretty!!!
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Old 12-06-2015, 08:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
 
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Cindy and Larry:

Yup! The extra weight will fulfill what will be needed for any useful purpose.

Nice work folks!!!

Larry,... poked at your website... NICE! I like the segmented pieces as well as the inlayed pieces... Great job!

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Impressive!
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Larry,

I sent a couple to your website. They are going to an event in San Diego in the first part of January and wanted to take a redwood burl bowl as a host gift. I told them you were the redwood burl guy. George and Carol Chaffey if you hear from them.

You might consider putting a phone number on the site for folks like George and Carol.
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Very nice work, Larry!
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Now that I bought a metal lathe Can any of you help me on Sunday Dec 20 to pick it up [Sunnyvale off 85] and deliver it to San Bruno?
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