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First and second try at goblets ever, poplar one 1st then the red oak. The poplar you can see light shine through red oak you can't but I didn't want to press my luck with it not being a tight grain patten.
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Thank's Mike I did some turning back in my H.S. Days 30 plus years ago and always wanted to give it a try once again. So when I had a chance to pick up an old Dalta V I did did some reading watched a vidieo and started turning tops, Most of the wood that I am using has been coming from pallet centers and lumber sepperating bulk lumber.
 

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Well done, Jerry!:thumbsup:

Nicely turned, thanks for sharing.:yes:

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durable finish

I showed these to a friend of mine and she would like to get a pair of the poplar to give to husband for their one year anniv. I said I would if I could come up with a finish that would not stain from wine espicilly red and could be hand washed. Is there anything out on the market that fits the bil,l I know tht most are food safe after being dryed for a week.
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