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Antler Beer Mug/ Rosewood Goblet

These aren't even close to finished. I am going to make another mug for myself, it will be the other side of the rack, It was my 3rd deer and i am sure it will mean something to my father. I made the Goblet for my mother.
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Once again, some very nice work. I like the antler as the handle. Very original.

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That's too cool. What finish did you or are you going to use. I assume the beer mug at least is going to be functional.

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Once again, some very nice work. I like the antler as the handle. Very original.
thanks, I figured i would put some of my most memorable hunts to some good use instead of collecting dust in a box.
The finish i am going to keep adding danish oil on it" Natural" until it can't absorb anymore than after a few days or a week, i am going to polyurethane it. I want it to be able to be used, I know the one i am going to twist tomorrow will be used, hah
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