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post #1 of 7 Old 03-12-2009, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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First pet urn, turn with homemade Jamieson style hollowing tool. walnut with some type of burl lol, then a walnut finial. holds a little over 1.5 cups for a 30lb pet. Tung oil finish and buff.



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Looks good. Nice shape. Make sure you lable it if you go to use it. Don't want somebody popping it open just to see what's inside.
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Good point Mike,don't want anybody thinkin its a cookie jar
Very nice piece
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Very nice, I agree with labeling it. It would not be good if you put your pet in there and someone picked it up to see what it was and dropped it.

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I've been thinking about a couple designs for this.... I would try to include a feature or something to lock the top on to keep people out and help against any accidents... any sort of label would take away from the beauty of the urn.

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Love the piece and the finial is outstanding...Bill...
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post #7 of 7 Old 03-12-2009, 10:54 PM
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Very nice Jeff. That is a really cool piece that makes another outstanding use of a turners talents.

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