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Project by CapnEddie posted 1523 days ago 1316 views 3 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I took a workshop with Eli Avisera at Arrowmont a few years ago and I put three techniques he taught into one project. The inlays at the bottom of the bowl are really easy to do. The finial is one of my favorites. I’ve done them over 16” tall of blackwood.

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#1 posted 1523 days ago

unique Plus

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#2 posted 1523 days ago

you realy do some wonderfull work CapnEddie

thankĀ“s for sharing it with us

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#3 posted 1523 days ago

incredible work love your work

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#4 posted 1523 days ago

Your project looks very nice and impressive. What is it used for? it looks almost too delicate to touch. Excellent work.

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#5 posted 1523 days ago

wow, beautiful piece.

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#6 posted 1284 days ago

how did you do the inlay on the bottom? Would you mind posting a step by step process?

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