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Old 04-19-2014, 05:30 PM   #1
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The latest in my bowl making (mis)adventures.
Redwood, poplar, pine, cedar, maple, (whatever else that was handy)
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Oh my Ron. That is truly a work of art my friend. Your skills in making these are awesome to behold. Your work should be in a Gallery or Museum. Thanks for sharing this one with us.


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Your creativity is only matched by your skill in putting it all together. Simply amazing!

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Love it! Is there a story to the shape?
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Thank you all ... we scrollers are having way too much fun at this stuff .....

@Carole ... yes indeed, What is a wedding vase .....also please Google "southwest wedding vase > images" and last but certainly not least, as for a story, we just celebrated our 40th, so this was part of that story (although it this wooden version doesn't hold liquids well .... LOL)
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Congratulations on your 40th. I never knew about wedding vases--they are really lovely.

And your work just keeps reaching new levels--this one is just super!
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I gave an Acoma wedding vase to my wife as a wedding present. For our 25th, I gave her another one from the original artist's granddaughter. I've got 6 more years until our 50th, but it may take me that long to figure out how you made this. The feature rings are especially fascinating. Any hints you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
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Happy 40th Anniversary Ron - That vase is amazing!!!! BTW - I did receive a Southwest Wedding Vase as a gift on my wedding day, which was sixteen years ago this week.
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@ddockstader .... Thanks for the interest. re ..... a feature ring, I've described my primary technique in several threads here in this forum (hopefully this link will work) Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Message Board - Search Results
If the link doesn't work, do a search in this site for "threads started by sherweld" If those still don't help, please get back, happy to share any and all ... anytime.
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Congratulations on the anniversary!

Absolutely stunning wedding vase! I agree with DW that your vases are
of museum quality.
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