Tiger Maple rolling pin

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Tiger maple rolling pin was patterned off of an antique rolling pin used by our grand parents.

Using tung oil 4 coats with a medium brown dye gave it the color,

Rolling pin is 3 inches in diameter and 20.5 inches long. The surface has a taper being 3 inches in the center to 2 7/8 to each outer edge.

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Stephen Fox

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#1 posted 563 days ago

It’s Grrrrreat.

-- Stephen NYS

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#2 posted 563 days ago

Fantastic! Whats the finish…nut oil?

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#3 posted 563 days ago

Excellent work! very appealing to a baker like me.

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#4 posted 563 days ago

Great look. I think I have found the design my wife has been after me to make. Thanks for showing it to me.

-- Dewayne in Bainbridge, Ga. - - No one can make you mad. Only you decide when you get mad - -

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#5 posted 563 days ago

I know a couple ladies that could really swing that!

Welcome to LJ’s

Good job

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#6 posted 563 days ago

Beautiful piece. Geez, I wonder why they call it tiger maple . . . I’ll have to ask Tony the nice time I go to Esso (maybe you call it Exxon ?).

-- Dwight - "Free legal advice available - contact Dewey, Cheetam & Howe""

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#7 posted 563 days ago

Wonderful work.

-- Custom furniture

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#8 posted 563 days ago

way to start becoming a member in LUMBERJOCKS welcome—-neat rolling pin—is that a solid or laminated piece of stock—-what did you use for the finish good lookin. again welcome this is a great site

-- dean2336,nebr.

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#9 posted 563 days ago

Thank you all
Dean, the rolling pin is solid tiger maple,

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