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This Ribbon Box is 8 inches in diameter and approx. 6 inches high. It is made of Walnut and American Holly. It was made with a scroll saw and not a lathe. In order to gain the height I needed I glued up 2 separate body rings and sanded after. The ribbons are made using templates and the scroll saw. It is finished with 2 coats of wipe on poly and 2 coats of spray satin poly.
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Absolutely a work of art.Great craftsmanship.
Wow, this is really great! I would love to see how you did it.
Great craftsmanship on this. I have always loved the "ribbon" design aspect and you did it beautifully.
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