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Ralph Harvey08/04/2010 23:28:58
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This is really nice can you tell us more about it ?
Sorry i dont know what to call it but i would guess it would fit a wide veriety of uses,
Great design, looks like Elm ? maybe,
Alan T.09/04/2010 07:54:37
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Now that's what I call turning. Great stuff whoever you are.  Alan T. 
Mark Sutton09/04/2010 14:33:10
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I would like to echo the sentiments as previous, very nice, lovely detail.  Well done
Sparky09/04/2010 16:57:28
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Alan, Its that Old Timer's table.
Lovely design John. well done mate.
sad sam09/04/2010 17:03:19
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hi john
well done mate a shear pleasure to look at could you give some details eg hieght and diameter
cheers sadsam
Derek Lane09/04/2010 17:57:26
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A nicely turned item (Until we find out what it is)
Looks like a cake stand to me
Chad09/04/2010 20:26:19
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You guys are turning out some lovely stuff. Think I may invest in a lathe. regards Chad
Old timer13/04/2010 00:29:23
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Hi Lads Thank you for your kind remarks about the small table, You will find more pictures of it in my album, I can't take the credit for the design, the credit for this must go to Dave Robers, It was one of his many projects in the goodwoodworking magazine,issue 200 on pages, 46,47,48,49,50 Dave calls it a travelling salesman's, but I didn't have Mahogany, so mine was made from sapely and stained it  to look like  mohogany.

as you can see, it is all screwed together, Old timer

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Alan T.13/04/2010 19:26:31
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Hello Old Timer,  Sorry for not realising it was your table we were admiring earlier. It has even more kudos now you have shown us the threaded parts. Well made .  Alan T.
Old timer14/04/2010 15:18:56
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 thanks for you for your nice comments

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