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"inlaid" platter

Here's something made using a piece of affrormosia that a friend gave me. Nice wood, nice grain.
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Pretty

(pssst ..... don't tell anybody, but I see a little bump in the middle)

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I was hoping you wouldn't notice.
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I thought that was a depth gauge to indicate that the tater chips were getting low.


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Good looking platter.
That will hold a lot of Hershey Kisses.

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That's pretty cool. Whats the nipple for?

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BassBlaster,

How old are you? Don't you know what nipples are for?

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Ha! That's just cool. The wood is awesome. Great job on it.
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