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MonteCristo

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#1 posted 620 days ago

Beautiful piece !

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#2 posted 620 days ago

Wow this is an amazing turning.Beautiful.

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#3 posted 620 days ago

this is a beautiful piece !

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#4 posted 620 days ago

Really nice

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#5 posted 620 days ago

I love it, really striking grains!

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#6 posted 620 days ago

thanks guys, appreciate it

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#7 posted 619 days ago

nice

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#8 posted 619 days ago

really a neat piece—how long did it lay around before it was turned—i’m turning some birch it has some of the markings like your aspen—-was thinking maybe i should let age longer maybe 6 months or so thanks for posting

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#9 posted 619 days ago

So cool!!
I like It!

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Jon

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#10 posted 619 days ago

thanks again guys. Dean, this log was sitting around for a few years, coated with a wax-emulsion end-grain sealer. It was still a little green inside, but not enough to make the material shift. I wouldn’t be sure which way to go with your Birch to prevent it from splitting up; whether to rough it green or not. I had about 50/50 splitting with these very soft aspen logs. Best of luck.

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#11 posted 619 days ago

You are a master of form and color. You have great material too. LOL!

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