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Old 07-22-2010, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default Trivet Another version

A different version of the trivet I made for a friend of my wife.
Sorry it's a little hard to see. It's cut from the same piece of 1/2" cherry as the other but I bevel cut the center and the outer ring to keep it stable.
No sanding or finish yet. Just the raw cut.
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Looks great. Can't let the wife see this one or she'll be a wanting one.


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Looks very nice Rob.
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Looks very nice Rob, I'm sure it's going to shine once finished.
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