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Old 04-04-2014, 01:03 AM   #1
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Default House Dragon Norwegian Tine

New tine design out of my shop.

I made it in the traditional way. It was painted by Cheryl Britton.

More photos and info on house dragons in my Etsy shop.

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OMG that is just beautiful! A very interesting box. Makes me want to try one but too chicken to try one like that. Bawk Bawk bawk!!!
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Old 04-04-2014, 06:28 AM   #3
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Wow a true work of art there. The painting of it really sets it apart from others of its kind I am sure. I have always admired those kind of boxes. Thanks for sharing this wonderful example of tine artistry.


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beautiful box, the paint work is amazing.
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Very nice!

How are the ends of the side connected? It looks like leather stitching??

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Oh yea I like that, another fine job Dave. Your painter did one sweeeeet job too.
One question I have been meaning to ask you.....do your latching post go through the bottom or just sit on top of the wood?
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Another beautiful box!
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Thank you for the kind words.

I am indeed fortunate to have found Cheryl to paint for me. I can make a tine look good with wood choices, but she can make any tine look good.

Rob - I lace the side overlap with 1/8" cane. Find my thread on making tiner, I tell you how it is done.

Gloria - I notch the bottom and extend the latching post through. I think this makes the post more stable, but not as flexible as putting the post on the outside. I put the post on the outside when I make a "Viking Boat" tin, and put a backer strip inside to strengthen them. I like to think I am making a family heirloom with each tine and want them to last a long time.

Fay P - Give tine making a try. Those here on the forum that have, have had very good luck. Take a look at the ones Gloria makes.

For you that are wondering, yes, I do have a hose dragon in my shop.

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Cheryl just returned one of my house dragon tine.

As you can see, her painting makes my work look so good.

This is a gift for a young girl. The gold coin signifies the house dragons duties of helping the owner save money.

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Great work, Dave,
You let the secret out of the bag. You have a House Dragon to help!
No wonder we mere mortals would have trouble making such beautiful
tine.
You have definitely met your goal of making each of these a Family Heirloom.
Thanks for sharing and God Bless! Spirithorse

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