Inlayed Upgrinding salt and pepper grinders

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Project by Richard Xuereb posted 1038 days ago 1118 views 4 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch
Inlayed Upgrinding salt and pepper grinders
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Another set of grinders. These are a little shorter than my normal size. More suited for the Dining Table. The camera distorted the look a little

-- Richard S Xuereb

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#1 posted 1038 days ago

Beautiful work!

-- She thought I hung the moon--now she just thinks I did it wrong

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#2 posted 1038 days ago

Great work. So, just how tall are they?

-- Karen - a little bit of stupid goes a long way

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#3 posted 1038 days ago

I like the ‘suggested ’ Spiral of your inlay work . We just assume the outer part of the spiral

continues around and around ,and it is just ‘hidden’ behind the ‘foreground’ Where the inlay stops on both

sides . ..............Nice job on these . I would love to have a Timba drum that looked just

like this . But,hey,...i like to cook too,.........

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#4 posted 1037 days ago

does this use a crush grind mechanism? saw a similar plan in j.j. beall’s book on salt and pepper mills. beautiful work!!

-- wiser1934, new york

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Richard Xuereb

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#5 posted 1037 days ago

Thanks, They are about 7” tall. The grinding mechanism is in the top, The pepper and salt is in the bottom. The good thing is that they don’t leave the mess on the table. The bad thing is that it iakes a lot of work to fit the mechanism in.

-- Richard S Xuereb

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#6 posted 1037 days ago

Beautiful work!
Really nice!

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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