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Old 05-29-2014, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default Eyeglass Holder with bowl

This is a slightly different take on the classic nose type eyeglass holders. I have added a small dish / bowl beside the nose to hold things like change, earrings, misc. things that you might not want to have on when not wearing your glasses.
Made from scrap pine, sealed with Tung Oil and then shellacked.

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Now that's a clever way to turn scrap pine into something useful. I'm impressed, DW.
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Great idea,,, One can put their hearing aids in that little dish so your glasses and hearing aids are right there... Great job!!! Fay
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Great project, DW.
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I like it!
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Nice idea.
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I was thinking the same thing Fay.. Hey DW, who was the model?
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