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Derek Lane24/03/2018 10:58:54
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It stands 12" tall and at it's widest is 3 1/4" The main tower is Ash and the bowl section is Field Maple with the eye in Holly. The top was textured on the outside using a hanging type multi-tool with a small metal cut off disc in the edge.
Ebonising spray was used for the black and airbrush gold paint for the inner surface over the ebonising spray as it is the best effect when done that way. I added some decorative copper nails around the base to add something to a very plain support.
The eye again ebonising spray after using a pyrography machine for the pattern then a gold gilt cream rubbed in. Once it was fully assembled a coat of micro-crystalline wax applied for protection as this is for decoration only so will not be handled a great deal.

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derek willis 124/03/2018 11:12:36
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Derek, that's a lot of work , but someting of beauty at the end, most unusual.

Derek.

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Derek Lane24/03/2018 15:00:38
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Thank you Derek. I had great fun making it.

Big Al26/03/2018 20:56:53
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That’s awesome

Al

Derek Lane28/03/2018 17:58:51
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Thank you Al

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