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I am really scratching my head on this one. I was given a box of wood,and told to see what I could build out of this. It is a real challenge. Apparently the owner Had cut down an ornamental shrub, maybe a Holly bush, and cut it in firewood length,then decided to resaw it into boards some time ago. He cut it green and sprayed/ painted it with paraffin wax and stored it away in his shop dark corner and forgot about it. When he passed away awhile back, his widow gave it to me and asked for me to please makes something out of Al's wood for her. What do you think Guys? Herb
Hi Everyone This is a photo of a little Cherry Plaque that I did for a client. Cherry plaque is 8" x 10". The recess for the intarsia was made using a template and a small hinge mortice router bit. The wording was laser engraved Fun little project. Woods used; Background-Australian Lacewood, White- Holly, Pink-African Pink Ivory, Green-Argentinian Lignum Vitae, Limb-Peruvian Walnut, Black- Gabon Ebony,Yellow- SA Pau Amarillo.
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