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White oak vessel

comments (5) March 25th, 2013 in Reader's Gallery

woodtoes woodtoes, member
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Made from a chunk of bfall-off from a dining table, this oak vessels surfaces have been finished off using chisels. I am not much of a carver but do enjoy it when I get a chance.
Made from a chunk of bfall-off from a dining table, this oak vessels surfaces have been finished off using chisels. I am not much of a carver but do enjoy it when I get a chance. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Made from a chunk of bfall-off from a dining table, this oak vessel's surfaces have been finished off using chisels. I am not much of a carver but do enjoy it when I get a chance.


Made from a chunk of bfall-off from a dining table, this oak vessel's surfaces have been finished off using chisels. I am not much of a carver but do enjoy it when I get a chance.


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Andy Colley

posted in: Reader's Gallery, modern, carving, white oak, accessory, tenons, fall-off, vessel, Dish


Comments (5)

Jurgen01 Jurgen01 writes: This is a really nice piece of work. As one who has carved a bit of white oak, I say well done -- and ask how long it took you to resharpen your chisels? :-)

Great work!
Posted: 5:43 pm on September 10th

user-2431591 user-2431591 writes: Nice work. An idea carried through with grace.
Posted: 5:43 pm on April 16th

MPekovich MPekovich writes: The crocuses are finally up and I think we've seen the last of the snow. Spring has been late in coming this year.
Mike
Posted: 1:25 pm on March 26th

woodtoes woodtoes writes: Thanks Mike! I began life in Norfolk, CT, how's my home state?

Posted: 10:55 pm on March 25th

MPekovich MPekovich writes: Fantastic! What a great little piece.

MIke
Posted: 12:19 pm on March 25th

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