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Juniper Table Lamp with Turquoise Inlay

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Project by Tim & Candy Hicks posted 1656 days ago 3524 views 3 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Juniper Log Table Lamp with Kingman Turquoise Inlay. This lamps stands 16 1/2’ talls w/o shade and 24 1/2” tall with shade. It was finished with polycrylic

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GaryBuck

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#1 posted 1655 days ago

Man how many Juniper trees you got??? L.O.L. As always your projects look awsome Keep posting but don’t extinguish the supply, have to leave some wood for the next day

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Max

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#2 posted 1655 days ago

I really like the way the inlay turned out on this one. Another great lamp.

-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT

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grizzman

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#3 posted 1655 days ago

a very beautiful shape to this lamp…and of coarse the shade is spot on….very good job…...hope your selling them trees…and not climbing one…..ha…

-- GRIZZMAN ...[''''']

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TheOldMan

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#4 posted 1655 days ago

Love the lamp. I’ve got a mountainside covered with Juniper. All the times I’ve walked through them I’ve never really looked at the possibilities. You’ve opened my eyes to what I have and I’ll never be looking at them the same again.

Bryan

-- My uncle once told me he who never does anything never makes mistakes... I must do a lot...

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duffeyduff1987

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#5 posted 1654 days ago

very nice where do you hide the cord for this one

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Tim & Candy Hicks

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#6 posted 1650 days ago

We hope you all had a wonderful and safe New Year, today the kids are back iun school and we are getting back out to the shop full time again. The few days that we had off were sure nice and I feel the creative juices flowing once again.

Garybuck; well we have thousands of junipers and maybe a 1/3 of those have the twisted limbs that we are looking for. We are lucky to have stocked up on our wood supply and will be out and about cutting more wood come April or May, whenever the snow and mud are gone.

Tim did a great job on the inlay, it is interesting to watch how he comes up with inlay designs and how I do mine.

Sales were a bit slow last year but no terrible, I think this year will be better, actually I know that it will be better. We have to have faith and not quit!

The cord for this one is snaked all the way through the lamp from top to bottom, then the holes are patched. I envy the way that Tim has been able to drill the holes for the cord and then creat patches that match the wood perfectly.

Happy wood working!!

-- www.rmtwist.com

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