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White Oak Bowl with inlayed Black Walnuts

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Project by John Choponis posted 433 days ago 704 views 1 time favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

White Oak Bowl with 4 inlayed Black Walnuts. I used ground coffee with two part epoxy to fill around the body of the Walnuts. Finished with Lacquer.

John





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Dan'um Style

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#1 posted 433 days ago

very cool.. luv the walnuts … really sets it apart from the pack

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#2 posted 433 days ago

Very nice! Love the walnuts used as inlay!

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#3 posted 433 days ago

Those inlaid walnuts are too cool!

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#4 posted 432 days ago

Just about as unique as you can get. Like the tip on the coffee and epoxy fill. You did a beautiful job on this.

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#5 posted 432 days ago

That is way too cool! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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#6 posted 432 days ago

That is neat. Is it hard to do inlay stuff?

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#7 posted 431 days ago

Thanks for all of the positive comments!

With inlays take very light cuts with super sharp tools!

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#8 posted 431 days ago

Nice work!

-- I just got done cutting three boards and all four of them were too short. (true story)

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