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john lucas

Figured maple vessel.

Turned this from a piece of wood left by a friend. It was a horrible piece. 14" in diameter with a lot of chainsaw facets and full of large cracks. I almost threw it away but decided to turn just to see how far the cracks went. I got it down to 5x6" before most of them were gone. As it turns it was a pretty spectacular piece of wood.

Figured maple vessel.
john lucas, Jun 29, 2020
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