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Made this for the manager of the flooring and countertop store where I shop. It's made out of pear and has a walnut oil finish on it. It's going to the engravers now for the bride & grooms name and the inscription " With this ring I thee wed"
Bobby
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The interlocking captured rings are a great touch. Very nice work :thumbsup:, I hope to see more of your stuff.
 

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Nice Goblet nice bit of wood never used pear before myself looks nice wood, would have liked to see inside of the goblet, finish looks good not really into very glossy finishes some woods just dont look right, finish you have brings the wood out nice. Nice bit of work.
 

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So how do you do the rings? Or is that a trade secret. The ivory balls in cages always fascinate me. this is similar thing.
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Thanks for the comments, they are always welcome and appreciated.
The rings are turned using a captive ring tool and then you have to break one of them and then glue them back interlocked together. If you break the ring instead of cutting it, the glue joint usually can't be seen.

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