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African Blackwood Dust/Fossil Inlay

Here is another pair of a Ammonite inlays I completed this afternoon. They are a 1 3/4" African Blackwood base with a 1 1/2" Ammonite fossil and blood wood dust filler to compensate for the gaps. I think they turned out well. This is my second pair so far. I have 6 more pairs back ordered as of now. Needless to say, I am very excited on my work schedule the next few weeks. Any input on how to better this design would be appreciated.
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post #2 of 5 Old 03-01-2010, 09:40 PM
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Nice design on this Billi. You sure put together interesting things. Always look forward to seeing it.

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Those are really cool! Forgive my naiveté, but where do those go? :)
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Wow, sometimes its intimidating for us beginning turners to look at turning art. I was happy to make a good looking hollow donut recently. Beautiful work.
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Nice work Billi, it looks like you are having fun. Skwerly they are for the earlobe.

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